※CUSTOM ORDER POSSIBLE※
This product can be made on order. It is also possible to place an order for a different size. Due to the time necessary for the manufacture, it will take between 2 weeks and 1 month before you are able to receive this product.
For a product with the 「Add to Cart for Backorder」button, it will be made on order so it will take between 2 weeks and 1 month before being delivered to you.
For a product with the「Add to cart」button, it means that there is stock for this item, so it will be sent on the day you placed your order, or on the day following it depending on the time of order.
DESCRIPTION iolom Collection.
1. Silver [Silver 950]
Made in Japan
Designer : Noriaki Sakamoto
Iolom represents collections of own hand-made vestiges. While the collections are submersed in ideas, the items also have an indeterminate form with its original way of wearing, shaping, and signifying. The designer, Noriaki Sakamoto, had initially studied interior design. But with his intense devotion and attention to detail, and unprecedented style and craftsmanship, jewelry and art objects was the certain path for Sakamoto. In the near past, he has collaborated with brands such as "Devoa" and "nude:matsuhiko maruyama" before launching his solo project; iolom.
RETURNS / CANCELLATIONS
No returns are accepted. Please be aware of this before placing your order. You can cancel an order as long as we have not shipped the item out yet. If you decide to cancel an order, please contact us as soon as possible.
All shipping fees are determined by the weight of the package and the destination country. Please view the EMS Rate Schedule for fees.
DEVALUATION OF MERCHANDISE
Please note that we cannot and will not devalue an item. The invoice and shipment label will have the merchandise valued at the price you have purchased it for.
IMPORT TAX, VAT, DUTIES
All prices listed on our website do not include import taxes, VAT, or any other form of import duties. Please be aware of your country's international policies before placing your order.
Below is a guide of how we measure the items. Each clothing garment is laid flat when we measure it.