The designer Naida Begeta opened Kao Pao Shu shop in Japan

The designer Naida Begeta opened Kao Pao Shu shop in Japan

THE BRAND
 Kao Pao Shu has started 2006 in Naida Begeta hometown of Sarajevo and soon after moved to the United States. Kao Pao Shu its name from the 1960 kung fu film director-actress, who represents strength and longevity for women. Today, Kao Pao Shu is an international brand dedicated to nurturing their existing relationships, while also building its customer base around the world.
 Kao Pao Shu is completely manufactured in California.
DESIGNER
 Visionary and creator of Kao Pao Shu is behind Naida Begeta, who is originally from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In addition to the essential skills, Naida get a degree in product design at the University of the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo. The creative process Naida is taking structural and unconventional design theory and applying it to fashion, bringing youthful rebellion and graceful elegance of her clothing and accessories line. Naida is included in every piece of the collection, and her team are encouraged to be good, innovative, and adventurous.
DNA
 Kao Pao Shu designs are unique in concept, construction and materials used. The concept is based on a continuous suture line for the construction of three-dimensional forms. The base materials used include belts and straps which are in layers in different combinations. The end result is a statement piece that is unconventional, but also functional and elegant, as well as permanent and timeless. Kao Pao Shu builds a bridge between contemporary art and design, and also blurs the line between refined and relaxed.
 Kao Pao Shu converts casual bag carrier in the believer that the bag should do more than just keep things; bag can reflect personality, confirming the value, and provide an insight into one's identity.

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