MUJI New York Handkerchief
The name "MUJI" is derived from the Japanese phrase "Mujirushi Ryohin," meaning "No Brand Goods." The resulting products are streamlined, environmentally friendly, and beautiful in their simplicity. Over the last 20 years, they have developed a worldwide following with a guiding philosophy that emphasizes innovative and simple materials, processes, and packaging. Work manufactured by the company is featured in MoMA’s collection. This cotton handkerchief takes its design inspiration from New York City's iconic grid layout and features the City's major landmarks and neighborhoods.
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Since opening their first store in Japan in 1983, MUJI has become not only an internationally renowned company, but for many people is a way of life. Infused with usefulness and style, MUJI merchandise is based on three simple elements: materials, process, and packaging. Their guiding principle is flexibility, providing the savvy customer with products that are beautiful, useful, and essential objects for living.
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