The company ECOFF , operated by Daimaru and Matsuzakaya has implemented an project in collaboration with BRING. We will collect old and unwanted clothing at the following shops:
For details, please click the link below
Daimaru Shinsaibashi store 10/25(Wed)〜10/29(Sun)
Daimaru Tokyo store 11/1(Wed)〜11/5(Sun)
Daimaru Kyoto store 10/19(Thu)〜10/22(Sun)
Daimaru Kobe store 11/1(Wed)〜11/5(Sun)
Daimaru Umeda store 11/8(Wed)〜11/12(Sun)
Daimaru Sapporo store 10/25(Wed)〜10/31(Tue)
Matsuzakaya Nagoya store 10/25(Wed)〜10/30(Mon)
Matsuzakaya Ueno store 11/8(Wed)〜11/12(Sun)
Matsuzakaya Shizuoka store 10/11(Wed)〜10/15(Sun)
Our company relocated to the following address on August 28 (Monday),
We are pleased to inform you that we will start business at the new office.
Kasumigaseki Bldg. 25F, Kasumigaseki 3-2-5,
Chiyoda-city, Tokyo 100-6025
※There is no change in telephone and fax number
Thank you for your continuous business.
Please see below for details
Notice of office relocation
JEPLAN is searching for interns in the following two fields. Every student who is interested in taking part, please send an application and contact us.
These two links will direct you to another Website with more information:
JEPLAN developed an umbrella, where it’s possible to change the fabric on top, in case the fabric is damaged, or you just want another colour : +TIC BRING limited edition. It will be available in the BRING project online shop(https://shop.bring.org/) on June 24th after 10 o’clock.
CAETLA ( Caetla ltd. , Location: Tokyo, Representative: Yamamoto Takeshi ) has introduced a special umbrella with the brand name [+TIC]. The umbrella is much better than an ordinary one, it is resistant to strong winds and also rust. In collaboration with [+TIC] we have developed an umbrella fabric called [+TIC BRING limited edition], which contains polyester that can be recycled and turned into for example a new umbrella.
Available at：BRING Project Onlineshop
Publication date: 2017/6/2 (Sat.) 10:00 AM
Price: 4,300\ (Tax. Included)
Available colours: navy, olive green, real blue, passion pink, cherry orange
Colours may differ slightly from expectation
For more information, please read this article (only available in Japanese):
日本環境設計リリース）「+TIC BRING limited edition」販売のお知らせ_20170626
JEPLAN collaborated with the designer brand THEATRE PRODUCTS (THEATRE PRODUCTS; Location: Tokyo Shibuya; Director: Akira Takeuchi) and designed fashion items with recycled polyester fabric. The collaboration items, which are part of the 2017 SS collection “GOLD MINE” are all made out of chemical polyester extracted out of materials like PET bottles, collected from consumers.
One dress we designed together was also presented as “THEATRE PRODUCTS 2017 Summer-Fall collection” at the New York Fashion Week. We also had the opportunity to collect old and unwanted clothing.
In December, our recycling factory in Kitakyushu will start operation. We are planning to recycle old polyester clothing there, in order to turn them into new pure polyester fiber which can then be reused.
This newly introduced chemical recycling of polyester will allow us to manufacture polyester fiber with the same quality as petroleum based polyester.
■New York Fashion Week Theatre Products PRESENTATION
・Loaction：Industria (40 Bethune Street, New York )
※There will be an collection box for old clothing at hall 1 until the 28th of February
※The presentation can be seen at this website:
New York Fashion Week “THEATRE PRODUCTS 2017 Summer-Fall” presented collaboration dress
For further information, click on the link below:
日本環境設計リリース）Theatre Products との取り組みスタートのお知らせ_20170216
On one side "BRING" is just the action to transport something from A to B, but we want to encourage you to "bring" your old and unwanted clothing to the collection spots.
Our character represents our work perfectly, it collects unused pollen from flowers to turn it into honey. We collect unwanted materials and turn them into useful resources.
The work and its purpose stays the same.
We recycle clothing and other materials to reuse them to manufacture something new.
The URL of the brand website also changed.
We are planning to use mostly the project name BRING in the future.