Tziporah Salamon in Japan 2016

Join Tziporah Salamon in Japan!

Tziporah’s Stories (with clothes!)

In styling as in life, Tziporah is an artist: her canvas is the human body, her paints are fabric and cloth, her brush is her eyes.

Join magical storyteller, Tziporah Salamon, on her sartorial journey drawing from life lessons and her extensive experience in NYC’s fashion scene. Tziporah has developed a philosophy of dressing that is guided by the concept that people should strive not only to dress for their unique selves and their particular bodies, but with creativity, boldness, and imagination rather than being slaves to current trends.

This performance is a celebration of style, imagination and an experience that will hone your creative edge!

Sign up here to get on the list.

Kobe November 15 1:00-3:00
Tokyo November 16 7:00-9:00
Cost: 10,000 JPY

Art of Dressing Seminar

Are you interested in style, fashion, textiles, vintage, accessories, art and aesthetics?

Are you looking for ways to elevate your communication through style?

Everyone can use a little more inspiration in their lives, so when the opportunity to bring the legendary Tziporah Salamon to Asia this November arose, we jumped at the chance. Tziporah’s Art of Dressing seminar is a two hour experience filled with fascinating tales and sartorial wonder.

Whether styling herself or others, her creations are beautiful, harmonious and always totally original.

Join us as Tziporah shares her artistry, wisdom and magic.  This is an experience bound to ignite your creativity!

Spaces are limited to 12 for this intimate, hands-on seminar. Sign up here to get on the list.

Tokyo  November 11 7:30-9:30
Kyoto November 14 1:00-3:00
Cost: 25,000 JPY

Performance
10,000JPY
  • Tizporah’s Stories (with clothes!)

    Choose from 2 dates/locations
  • Kobe November 15
    1:00-3:00
  • -OR-
  • Tokyo November 16
    7:00-9:00
Seminar
25,000JPY
  • Art of Dressing Seminar

    Choose from 2 dates/locations
  • Tokyo  November 11
    7:30-9:30
  • -OR-
  • Kyoto November 14
    1:00-3:00