I just found out about the Japanese label, Eatable of Many Orders. There is something very primitive about the clothes and accessories, but at the same time it’s all very modern and conceptual. The way a story is told through the collections is so poetically imaginative and articulate. “The name Eatable of Many Orders comes from Kenji Miyazawa’s “Restaurant of Many Orders”. It is a story about a wild cat restaurant which gives orders to customers rather than taking orders from them. Like the story, Eatable of Many Orders would like to provide customers an eatable menu for complete understanding of our products. We would like to present our products like food and its ingredients with aesthetic sense and sensibility. The materials which we choose often have very interesting stories of their process. We would like to be a guide to introduce our products in a manner when you ask before you eat something, “what’s in it?” Below, some product shots complete with hand drawn illustrations and the current collection being modeled. So amazing.