HINZA

HINZA

Two years ago, we launched the FOUND category. We introduced the shopping net from Laos. Now I have found another beautiful bag that I have not seen before. The Hinza bag from Sweden. Designer Jasper Morrison, who I worked for many, many years ago, posted the bag on Instagram. I was curious and found a wonderful story. The plastic bag was designed in the 1950s by the Swedish chemical company Perstorp under the official name "Shopping Bag 329". The bag quickly became popular as a versatile and...

KHMU

KHMU

In the net of tradition ​ I found it by coincidence. About eight years ago in Tokyo, away from the well-known shopping areas  I found a special net. The lightness, structure and durability immediately inspired me. It weighs only 35g and can carry up to eight kilos. It left me no peace of mind to explore the craftsmanship behind it more closely, and in doing so I came across a fairytale story.   The shopping nets are made by an indigenous tribe called Khmu in the north of Laos, whose cul...