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Tomoë was expected to be born on Bastille Day, inspiring her parents to name her with an elegant Japanese word for Paris. The excited little Tomoë just couldn’t wait to experience the world though, and ended up joining her family a day early.

She has been experiencing the richness of her surroundings ever since, growing up with traditional Japanese culture in the heart of Paris. She developed her sense of liveliness and colour quite early on, blending Japanese and French culture to create fresh and airy designs. Scandinavian design and travels began to tug at her heart strings and it was off to the races!

Following her studies in Strasbourg, Tomoë worked for Dazed & Confused Magazine in London, discovered Scandinavian design in Norway and then matured as a graphic designer in Berlin (accompanied, of course, by her dear friends Jeanne and Marion). Tomoë puts her dreams, adventures, encounters and inspiration into her refined poetic designs.