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Seen at M&O: Mayu Capsule

Mayu Capsule, designed by the Japanese product design brand Hengen, is a series of travel products, among which a scarf, a T-shirt and a bag, in a capsule-shaped container modeled after the shape of a cocon. All products make use of Kai Silk which is very effective in retaining heat and can absorb UV...
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Mayu Capsule, designed by the Japanese product design brand Hengen, is a series of travel products, among which a scarf, a T-shirt and a bag, in a capsule-shaped container modeled after the shape of a cocon. All products make use of Kai Silk which is very effective in retaining heat and can absorb UV light.

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