Making Wearable Art from Vintage Material

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Making Wearable Art from Vintage Material

19 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars

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Last updated on Nov 30, 2016

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5 out of 5 stars

nic1750 on Oct 5, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

GORGEOUS bag, impeccably made and i am in love with it! super fast shipping. THANK YOU!!

allison holzman

allison holzman on Jun 3, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Amazing! I have received so many compliments. Store owner was great.

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About the Designer

Lun*na Menoh is a Japanese born Renaissance artist who lives in Los Angeles. Her work deals with fashion, clothing and exposing the invisible thread between performance and fabric by making sculpturisque dresses, paintings, and a series of fashion shows with her conceptual but wearable outfits.

One of her dresses is a part of London's Victoria and Albert Museum's permanent collection. Another one of her original dresses/artwork was part of the "Addressing the Century: 100 Years of Art and Fashion" exhibition that took place at Hayward Gallery in London in 1998.

Since 2001, Menoh started working in music. She was half of a band called Seksu Roba (Eenie Meenie Records) who were nominated for an LA Weekly Music Award in 2003 and 2004. The band toured in Europe, Japan, and the U.S.A., including MOCA, LACMA, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

In 2005, her multi-disciplinary art project called "Dirty White Shirt Collars," which includes paintings, music, and a fashion show/performance, received a grant from the Peter S. Reed Foundation in New York. The presentation of this project took place at Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica.

Menoh has also done many design works, including event costumes at MOCA for Takashi Murakami and Andy Warhol, as well as designing uniforms for the Japanese styled cafe/shop/art space, Royal/T.

In 2006 Menoh started her own band called Jean Paul Yamamoto. Performances feature her costumes along with rock n' roll theatrics, and intense sounds with the aid of fellow band members - former DEVO drummer, Alan Myers, avant-guitarist Shin Kawasaki, and back-up singers/dancers Ayako and Moeko. Their music flirts adventurously with the sound of pop, punk, electro-funk, and enka.

If you'd like to contact Lun*na Menoh, please e-mail info [!at]

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    Lun*na Menoh is a Japanese born Renaissance artist who lives in Los Angeles.

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Last updated on June 17, 2014
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For one-of-a-kind, vintage-remake items - no returns accepted.
For clothes - exchanging sizes is available. Items must be in their original condition. Customers will bear any and all shipping costs associated with a return.
Additional policies and FAQs
THIS GARMENT IS PRODUCED USING USED AND RECYCLED MATERIALS. PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: All of one of a kind, vintage remake items may be found to have some fading, shrinkage, small holes, or an unfinished look; but these elements are a part of our design aesthetic. Most of our products are one-of-a-kind, so please check the measurements carefully prior to making your final purchase.