Nuno embraces new technologies and strives to break away from popular aesthetics. This allows unforeseen accidents to be an exciting and welcome part of the process. The success of Nuno textiles relies fully on Japan’s skilled artisans, and the wearer to bring the garment to life.

Since 1984, Nuno has been on an extensive journey developing their bold designs, and now they have pieces in museums such as The Victoria & Albert Museum in London, The Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to name a few. Their textiles are meant to speak a universal language along with telling their own personal story. Through touch and sight, the printed fabrics ensure calmness and send a message of beauty.