OF THE WORLDLY

OF THE WORLDLY

“Of the Worldly” has been a long process of refining and perfecting the concept: a new idea of the flow and format of modern retail. New...
EXPLORATION

EXPLORATION

Congruent Space's newest idea - Of the Wordly - presented in 3D space. When proximity is not an option, we can unite in a boundless digital space. Click through to digitally explore our newest offering!

🛫 N. HOOLYWOOD 🛬

N.Hoolywood founder and creative director Daisuke Obana began his fashion career as a buyer and manager for a vintage clothing store in Tokyo before launching his own company in 2000. Drawing upon elements of classic military, American vintage sportswear, and traditional Japanese craftsmanship, the Kanagawa Prefecture native threads the line between modern subversion and casual refinement. Softly structured silhouettes are rendered in technical materials and graphic tones, showcasing the label's directional approach to streetwear.

♻️ GARCIA BELLO ♻️

GARCIABELLO is a sustainable brand inspired in everyday life, and in the paths they come along. The concepts in each collection speak of what’s theirs of home as land and shelter. The items in this collection are made out of donated hand-me-downs, old or discarded clothes combined with raw biodegradable cotton, locally produced. Two types of zero-waste patterns are articulated into the mould design: one of them standardizes like garments while the other makes the most of the roll of cloth and permits to elaborate unique pieces based on textiles disposed of.

 

TOGA PULLA

A best-kept secret among fashion insiders, Toga was founded by Tokyo-based designer Yasuko Furata in 1997. The graduate of Paris' prestigious ESMOD school has become known for reworking Western styles with Japanese concepts of silhouette, volume, and textile contrast, resulting in a colorful and deconstructed aesthetic.