demidemiShop

Giving a new life to Japanese kimono fabric

Brussels, Belgium 103 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars (26)

demidemiShop

Giving a new life to Japanese kimono fabric

Brussels, Belgium | 103 Sales

Yuliko Fleur de lys

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Yuliko Fleur de lys

Announcement    Hello,
Konichiwa,

I'm half Japanese, half Belgian, a "half & half", demi demi in French.
Welcome in the world of Japanese kimono. Come with me for an incredible journey, between Japan and Belgium, between tradition and renewal.
To give a second life to these textile treasures sleeping in the drawers, i'm hunting in Japan, vintage kimonos and obis (kimono belt), or never used kimono fabric bolts.
All my findings are transformed in my small sewing room in Belgium into home decor and fashion accessories.
In love with Japan? Let enter into your home the beauty of Japanese craftsmanship.
I love to sublimate the smallest of fabric pieces, following my inspiration and findings, and to make of each of my creations a unique piece. Let take you away to the land of rising sun.

Announcement

Last updated on Aug 6, 2019

Hello,
Konichiwa,

I'm half Japanese, half Belgian, a "half & half", demi demi in French.
Welcome in the world of Japanese kimono. Come with me for an incredible journey, between Japan and Belgium, between tradition and renewal.
To give a second life to these textile treasures sleeping in the drawers, i'm hunting in Japan, vintage kimonos and obis (kimono belt), or never used kimono fabric bolts.
All my findings are transformed in my small sewing room in Belgium into home decor and fashion accessories.
In love with Japan? Let enter into your home the beauty of Japanese craftsmanship.
I love to sublimate the smallest of fabric pieces, following my inspiration and findings, and to make of each of my creations a unique piece. Let take you away to the land of rising sun.

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About demidemiShop

Sales 103
On Etsy since 2017

Japan made in Belgium. Giving a new life to vintage kimono.

Hello,
Konichiwa,

I am half Japanese, half Belgian......"Demi Demi" means "half half" in French. From my small sewing room in Brussels, I give a second life to vintage kimono fabrics, transforming them into cushion covers, scarves and bags. I also use these incredible craftsmanship fabrics to embellish denim jackets.

My personal blog "Demi Demi Blog", started in 2011 is founded on my "half half" identity. I talk about cooking and sewing, between "here" (Belgium) and "over there" (Japan). These thoughts about the double culture has boosted the idea of the "demi demi" project.

The fabrics I use are silk. They come from bolts for kimono, or unstitched kimono. They are vintage and date from post war years to end of Showa era (end years 80'). I select them in Japan and transform them in Belgium, in my small sewing room in Brussels.
You will also find in my shop, a selection of haori, vintage kimono jacket made in Japan, the new must have of your wardrobe, to wear in perfect simplicity.

Through my creations, I invite you to a journey into the heart of the Japanese traditions and the history of kimono. Own a small but beautiful piece of the Japanese culture for your pleasure. I hope to make you discover and love the spirit of Japan, its art of living, and its wonderful craftsmen.

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  • Yuliko Fleur de lys

    Owner

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  • Imprimerie

    Italy

    Impression numérique.

  • Imprimerie textile

    Netherlands

    Impression sur textile

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Last updated on Apr 22, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Gift wrapping and packaging

All the items are always carefully wrapped. For a special wrapping in a Japanese style gift box, please activate the gift wrapping option (paid service). This gift wrapping box is available for scarf, lingerie bag and sleep mask.

When will my order be shipped?

All my items are normally in-stock. The processing time is indicated in the item description. Generally, I can ship them within 3 to 5 weekdays.

When will my order arrive?

The orders are shipped with Bpost, as a registered parcel with a tracking number. Only kimono greeting cards are shipped by regular mail.
The delivery delay depends on Bpost and the destination country's post services, I'm not able to guarantee it.

Care instructions

Most of my items are made in kimono silk. It is a fragile textile that doesn't tolerate machine wash. Dry cleaning is recommended.

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