SENZOU conquers Japan


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In Japanese SENZOU means a « fan », the symbol of this costume jewellery label created in Marseilles by Marie-Laure Rocca Serra.
The label’s conquest of the Japanese market was inevitable, and it is only natural that they would participate for the first time in the « Mode in France » trade show in Tokyo. This trade show, specialising in fashion and accessories from France, is open until 13 January in the Japanese capital and has been successfully organised by the Fédération Française du Prêt à Porter Féminin (FFPAPF-French Women's Ready-to-Wear Trade Association) for the last 20 years. It is a guarantee of confidence for Japanese buyers appreciative of French skills and know-how. 

The success Senzou’s first creations enabled the label to be chosen by the MMMM as a laureate of the 2014 edition of the M MAJOR competition which rewards young designers based in Marseilles. Since then the label has come a long way and their necklaces, sautoir necklaces, earrings and bracelets have won over a vast number of French and International customers.

Senzou will soon be at the Bijorhca and Première Classe international trade shows in Paris to present their new collection.

A success story to be followed closely!

Mode in France du 11 au 13 janvier 2017 à Tokyo
Bijorhca du 20 au 23 janvier 2017 à Paris
Première Classe du 20 au 23 janvier 2017 à Paris

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