22 Nov '16, 6am

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Many a Singapore office lady already has her staple Bao Bao Issey Miyake bag. For what’s not to love about it, when the bag’s so malleable and chic? Pleats Please Issey Miyake Sushi. Image: Issey Miyake/ Club 21 But this new ‘sushi’ set from the Japanese fashion house’s sub line Pleats Please Issey Miyake may become that new designer collectible to buy; it’s actually a set of accessories in disguise. Image: Issey Miyake Each of these seemingly decorative sushi-like pieces unfurl to form items like a small purse (the tuna and egg nigiri sushi pieces), a drawstring bag (the salmon roe and sea urchin maki sushi) or pleated accessory band (the tuna and cucumber rolls). Available in Singapore from February 16, this too-cute set was inspired by the sushi-shaped Pleats Please Issey Miyake campaign in 2008. The work of graphic designer Taku Satoh, the ad campaign cannily paid trib...

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