Multi-faceted designer, Akiko Tsuji now creates one of a kind, handmade and exclusive women's wear often using unusual combination of fabrics and sculpting them intuitively. Her ceramic works have been sold at shops such as Seldom Seen San Francisco, Maman NYC, Chillhouse, Virgil Normal Los Angeles, Bell's Coffee & Design, No.97 Store on Crosby Street, Paloma Wool, etc.  Akiko Tsuji offers simple, easy to wear pieces for individuals that are of our time. In both fashion and ceramics, she is inspired by nature, simplicity, modern architecture, art, and wabi-sabi approach.  Now based in the Bay Area, as a cofounder, she has worked over 15 years in design field out of Brooklyn's studio   Kon/struktur   and was involved in the branding of Yohji Yamamoto’s identity, the development of Zero + Maria Cornejo label, Evian’s L’original campaign, the new logo for the City of London, and numerous other projects. Inspired by the Bauhaus school of thought, she continues to use her sense and skill of designing in creating her world of broad artistic expression. This includes fashion, pottery, jewelry, painting and publishing.   She is also the editor of   Famous Aspect Magazine  .  Ceramic works for sale   here  .

Multi-faceted designer, Akiko Tsuji now creates one of a kind, handmade and exclusive women's wear often using unusual combination of fabrics and sculpting them intuitively. Her ceramic works have been sold at shops such as Seldom Seen San Francisco, Maman NYC, Chillhouse, Virgil Normal Los Angeles, Bell's Coffee & Design, No.97 Store on Crosby Street, Paloma Wool, etc.  Akiko Tsuji offers simple, easy to wear pieces for individuals that are of our time. In both fashion and ceramics, she is inspired by nature, simplicity, modern architecture, art, and wabi-sabi approach.

Now based in the Bay Area, as a cofounder, she has worked over 15 years in design field out of Brooklyn's studio Kon/struktur and was involved in the branding of Yohji Yamamoto’s identity, the development of Zero + Maria Cornejo label, Evian’s L’original campaign, the new logo for the City of London, and numerous other projects. Inspired by the Bauhaus school of thought, she continues to use her sense and skill of designing in creating her world of broad artistic expression. This includes fashion, pottery, jewelry, painting and publishing. 

She is also the editor of Famous Aspect Magazine.

Ceramic works for sale here.