BROOKLYN, N.Y. (CitizenWire) — Everyone will want to light up the night with Kyoko Nakamura’s new line of luxury glow-in-the-dark accessories. The website went live this week, marking the official launch of her first product, the Millipede. This accessory is so beautiful and unique it has to be seen to be understood. Shockingly elegant and sophisticated for something that “glows-in-the-dark,” this marks a unique point in fashion; bringing a little class to “club wear” and a little more fun to anything else.
The glow is generated from a flat flexible glow stick that is placed inside the accessory. One of the most unexpected aspects of the product is its versatility. Glowing or not, it is beautiful and hip for daywear, a night out, or even as lingerie. The Millipedes can be worn in a number of ways – whether it be as a headband, choker, necklace or garter.
It comes in two different styles, distinguished by the different kinds of silk used. The prices of the pieces start at $210 and include four glow stick refills, but for those of you party-animals, more can be purchased on the website.
The Millipede and its glow sticks are available for sale at: www.KyokoNakamura.com .
About Kyoko Nakamura Design:
As a child, Kyoko was taught to sew by her mother. This skill inevitably proved more interesting than the French degree she was earning when she began designing light-up clothing during college. Inspired by the vibrant eclecticism of Tokyo from family visits throughout the years, and the colorful Miami club scene she encountered during her college years in the mid 2000’s, Kyoko geared her creative endeavors towards the distinctive nightlife culture of these cities.
Since graduation from the University of Florida in 2007, she has focused her efforts towards making glow-in-the-dark accessories and clothing (which will be available later in the year). Today, all of the products are made at her studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn, N.Y. by a small group of highly skilled seamstresses.
For more information please visit, www.kyokonakamura.com/index.html .
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