Muji Develops Innovative Garment Bags
Japanese retailer Muji believes its updated SS14 collection solves the difficulty of contaminating odours when travelling. Designers at the firm have created a new line of deodorised garment bags, intended to support lessen unpleasant smells spreading from worn to unworn clothes.
Plans to roll out an updated version of its neck cushion pillow this June have also been revealed. Constructed using fine beads, the flight companion is created to fit the contours of the wearer’s neck. Six colours will be on provide at launch, with every single costing £22.95.
Founded in the 1980s, the retailer is one of Japan’s biggest, with much more than 5,000 merchandise offered across the globe. In recent years, the business has located certain success in establishing its Muji to GO brand, which houses a building line of miniature goods and travel things.
A selection of pieces from Muji’s Organised Travel collection is accessible now, with rates beginning from £6.95. Obtainable in 3 sizes, the deodorised garment bags will stick to in June, along with the neck pillow, priced from £5.95.
The complete SS14 travel variety will be stocked in 11 shops all through the UK, with 9 in central and west London, as well as on the web at Muji.eu.