FDMTL's Signature Embroidery and Patchwork Liven up New BE@RBRICK Designs

Featuring sashiko embroidery and boro patterns.

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Earlier seen linking up with Japanese cotton mill Loopwheeler on some notable BE@RBRICK iterations, Medicom Toy has since joined forces with yet another Japanese imprint, this time calling upon FDMTL to rework its famed figures. Offered in 100% and 400% renditions, the collaborative project casts a spotlight on the lifestyle label’s signature staple of integrating cultural influences with eclectic textile compositions.

Taken from its Spring/Summer 2018 collection, the toy bears celebrate FDMTL’s affinity for sashiko embroidery and statement boro patchwork. The new models are expected to reach select Japanese retailers on April 27.

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