Luin Living pampers Japan during Christmas
Finnish lifestyle brand Luin Living will bulk up its presence in Japan for the Christmas season by opening pop up shops in seven large department stores around the country.
Luin Living has been growing in Japan after a successful fair in Tokyo in July 2017, when it was still known as Luin Spa. The growth has kept its local importer busy and opened department store doors to its products.
Now the Finnish lifestyle brand will pop up in department stores in some of Japan’s largest cities in time for Christmas shopping: Tokyo’s Isetan, Seibu and Maruhiro, another Maruhiro in Kawagoe, Osaka’s Hankyu Senri and Hankyu Kawanishi, and Sapporo’s Daimaru. Its products will also be on sale in smaller lifestyle and interior design stores and in some online stores, such as Rakuten Brand Avenue.
“We have done a lot of work with our importer and the co-operation is starting to bear fruit,” said Noora Mustajärvi, co-founder of Luin Living. “Next up, we plan to launch a website for our brand in Japan.”
Luin Living has also generated interest in the local press, featuring among other places in world-renowned, Japanese fashion newspaper Senken Shimbun.
“The Japanese are famously more unhurried and considerate than us, so practically most of our work goes into portraying how the soul of our brand, everyday indulgence, as well as how our products and their usage, fits in with everyday life in Japan,” said Mari Luodes, co-founder of Luin Living. “Now, our importer has fully internalised that pampering, harmonic feel that we want to share with our products.”
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