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Once upon a time, there was Cipango. Chinese name for the Nipponese archipelago brought back by Marco Polo on his return from the Silk Road. Franco-Dominican designer Paola Pimentel draws inspiration from her many travels around the world, proposing a method of "mixing" two opposing cultures in each collection.

Cipango respects a qualitative and ethical policy through "made in France" and the use of eco-responsible processes such as the recovery of raw materials from major brands and the refusal to use animal leather. Thanks to comfortable, flowing materials, our collections are imbued with subtlety and modernity. Like Marco Polo, our muse seeks discovery. She believes that our differences complement each other and that our multiculturalism is our greatest asset.

She wants to wear the beauty of multiculturalism. She wears Cipango.

For our "SUEÑO" collection, which means "dream" in Spanish, we were inspired by warm, Latin tones crossed with the purity of Asian lines: the Dominican Republic and Korea merge, giving birth to a new blend that's both warm and unique. The Dominican Republic is associated with a cheerful, mixed-race people, shimmering tropical landscapes and a dreamy coastline. Here, traditional carnival is celebrated in an abundance of color and delightful costumes, combining colorful frills with the most unlikely devil masks, while Korea, on the other hand, is a country whose culture is renowned for its minimalist aesthetic, both in the cuts of traditional garments and in contemporary creations. So it's through colorful garments dotted with prints, noble, natural materials and cuts that highlight every silhouette that Cipango reveals the elements of these two countries: the colorful, lively style of the Dominican Republic mixed with the minimalist Korean style.

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