Kana , the Manager of Haco 箱 Hair Salon, has worked with many famous fashion magazines as a hairstylist. She has also always been passionate about collecting fashion books and photography. These she has decided to sell on the Haco 箱 Hair Salon website alongside other well-known fashion photographers’ work in order to share her passion with her clients, friends, and art lovers all over the world.
Haco 箱 Hair Salon will donate part of their sales to The British Red Cross https://www.redcross.org.uk
Photographer piczo is Japanese fashion photographer. Based in London for more than 10 years, In 2015, he held his first photo exhibition "BED ROOM" in Japan and came into the limelight. These works are a collection of portraits of people he had taken in his room in the early days when he moved to London. He is good at capturing people's realism in the camera.
he has been involved in numerous editorials such as i-D, Vogue Japan as well as brand campaigns such as UNIQLO and WOOYOUNGMI. In 2017, the Japanese magazine UNION became qurater and held the second photo exhibition "T." in Japan, It come into the spotlight
Patrick Bienert https://concreterep.com/artists/patrick-bienert
Patrick Bienert is a German fashion and documentary photographer who works around concepts of cultures and identity. Working on a very distinctive style of documentary lead fashion, Patrick travels extensively shooting fashion editorials, personal projects and campaigns. Patrick released book; 'Wake Up Nights' in 2018, celebrating the spirit of a new rave generation in Ukraine. EXHIBITIONS East End of Europe Ofr Galerie, Paris 7
Yoshiyuki Okuyama Filmmaker / Photographer / Art Director
He is a talented photographer who is leading the creative world in Japan today.
His major photo books include "BACON ICE CREAM", "Girl" and "THE NEW STORY". Has won numerous awards such a Photo New Century Excellence Award 2011, 47th Kodansha Publishing Culture Award Photo Award etc,.
This is an excerpt from his profile ”My purpose is to filter the everyday and transform it into the ever-present. Isolating the ordinary and refracting it into something extraordinary. ”