May 20th, 2008
Episode 64 of 645 episodes
For the past three decades Japanese fashion brand Tomorrowland has successfully navigated a fiercely competitive and highly sophisticated retail market. Under the helm of Hiroyuki Sasaki it made its name and built its reputation on an ability to modify the western trends of Paris and Milan to the Japanese body shape and taste. Tom Morris reports on the culture of Tomorrowland and its inspired collaboration with Jean Paul Knott in Paris.
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