Season is a signature of Japanese culture.
Japan has four distinct seasons, while Japanese enjoy the transient beauty of flowers in different season: plum (Ume in Japanese) and cherry blossoms (Sakura in Japanese) in early spring; Cole flower and tulips afterward; Iris ensata and Hydrangea in summer; Cosmos, Lycoris radiate, maple and ginkgo trees in autumn; Peony and Japanese narcissus in winter.
Flowers are like mirrors of the season, reflecting how time passes. Therefore, the flower-themed design plays an important role in Japan.
Japanese "hanagara" means a floral pattern. Solvil et Titus presents a collection of Japanese seasonal floral print strap, using Japanese handmade fabrics, with all kinds of colorful floral prints to showcase the simply beauty of nature.