Juliette et Justine

Juliette et Justine is a fantasy classical art brand created by designer Mari Nakamura which is comprised of a fusion of classical arts and a world on the other side of a magical door.

 

This brand has unique prints that catch the eye inspired by fine arts, music, and literature.  Using high quality materials to suit their one of a kind print design, the clothing is meticulously constructed bit by bit by a Japanese factory with an eye for detail and thorough work ethic, assuring the production of high quality items. These original pieces are highly sought after on the Chinese market and receive support from women in their teens and twenties.  Even now, more and more enthusiastic fans are created every day.

 

Although Juliette et Justine shares the gothic Lolita style with other brands in Japan, what makes this brand unique is that each and every piece they produce has an extensive storyline behind it.  Juliette et Justine aspires to continue creating one-of-a-kind pieces far into the future as the one and only high-fashion gothic Lolita brand in the world.

 

Brand Timeline of Events

 

Designer Mari Nakamura created the brand in 2001.

 

2001: The brand was accepted by the media from the beginning of its creation, featuring the outfits in magazines and on TV.

Worn by people such as Natsumi Abe (singer), Chiaki (Japanese talent), Kyoko Fukada (actress), and Sayaka Kanda (actress), the unique world view of the brand was highly regarded both in Japan and abroad.

 

2012: Juliette et Justine was invited to put on a fashion show at an event in London.

 

2013: The brand created a catalog in Rothenburg with help of a guide provided by the German Tourism Bureau.

They were also invited to participate in the Canadian event, Anime North.

 

2014: They were invited to participate in an American event where they put on a fashion show.

They announced the Spain collection which was shot overseas on location in Spain

 

2015: They held a special exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art where they collaborated with doll-maker Koitsukihime.

They began selling a collaboration collection with manga author and historian Shigeru Mizuki.

 

2016: They were invited to participate in an American event where they put on a fashion show.

 

2017: They were invited to participate in an event in Holland where they put on a fashion show.

 

2018: They began selling a collaboration collection with shoe brand Tyake Tyoke.