Peachypan selling cute kanzashi hair accessories
Peachypan run by young Australia designer Fee, selling cute Japanese inspired hair accessories.
PR9.NET December 12, 2007 - QUEENSLAND, Brisbane - New label Peachypan opens up shop selling geisha inspired hair accessories from the confines of a cramped suburban bedroom.
23 year old Australian based designer, Fee Harding, the creator behind the label, recently spent a year abroad in Japan and is now back bumming off her parents spare room with the eternal hope of making it big one day. She realised the potential of Japanese crafts outside of Japan and it's her aim to make geisha wear cute, affordable and hopefully seen in the hair of million's. Peachypan's candy coloured, geisha inspired pieces are designed from a female based perspective and are set to shake up this once, male artisan, based craft. The hair accessories made from silk are hand dyed and range from simple flower clips to elaborate hair accessories containing well over a 100 hand folded petals. Peachypan's designs are all about putting Japanese culture, art and design into a cocktail shaker and creating something a little off beat.
To check out the designs and for more information head over to www.peachypan.com.
12 Davidson Street, Newmarket
Brisbane, Queensland 4051
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Peachypan is the top site for being cute, Japanese inspired hair accessories. Specializing in silk tsumami kanzashi hair clips, alongside cute tees, and jewelery.
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