A unique bend of East and West meet when the well-known fashion artist Sachiko brings her creative collection of Classic mix and match component-wear to her frequent showings.
Born near Chandler, Arizona, on an Indian reservation known as Butte Camp II, Sachiko is a third generation Japanese American whose journey from that camp ended up in the fashion world.
“I found my mission in life was to express and bring pride to my Japanese American heritage through my fashion designs, ” said Sachiko, “and the public has responded with enthusiasm.”
Sachiko evoke the Japanese philosophy of “less is more” and has designed a classically clean, semi-tailored, yet softly fluid line of fashions that speak to today’s accomplished female gender. Her mix and match separates allow one to make a true ‘fashion investment’ and to spend for Quality, not Quantity, and reap tremendous fashion mileage from a select, smart few pieces.
Her garments can he adapted front the office to an eveningwear gala, and then to a weekend at a playful resort, then back on Monday morning to an office, all with cleverly-tinted layered looks and thoughtful attention to comfort, ease of care and styling cuts that fit and flatter optimally.