Japanese fashion designer creates luxurious everyday items with upcycling
Fancy some Hermès noodles? Designer shows off his VERY creative upcycling projects featuring high-end logos and fabrics
- Daisuke who lives in Japan, boasts over 56,000 followers on Instagram
- Fashion designer has been upcycling everyday items to create new luxury goods
- Among his quirky inventions is a Hermes noodle box and seaweed Prada bag
For many people the eye-watering cost of designer goods makes them difficult to obtain, however a fashion designer is infusing a touch of luxury into everyday items with his quirky upcyled creations.
Daisuke who lives in Japan, creates useful items such as face masks, cardboard and seaweed, completing each with the logo of a luxury brand.
His impressive designs have earned him a legion of followers on Instagram, where he boasts 56,000 fan.
Among Daisuke’s most liked creations is a saddle bag made from disposable face masks with a Dior logo, as well as a handbag made from seaweed that has been given Prada branding.
Here, FEMAIL rounds up a selection of Daisuke’s bizarre custom designs.
Daisuke (pictured) who lives in Japan, has gained over 56,000 Instagram followers from upcycling everyday items
Daisuke used disposable face masks to recreate an iconic Dior saddle bag, racking up over 13,000 likes
Impressing 4,000 of his Instagram followers, Daisuke used the branding of Hermes for a designer noodle box
Recreating the net bags used around the world for carrying fruit, the fashion designer imagined a reusable carrier from Prada
Daisuke racked up almost 21,000 likes on his photo of drinks being carried in a customised Louis Vuitton bag
Over 17,000 Instagram users dubbed Daisuke’s Prada Korean Seaweed Rice handbag as ‘iconic’ and said it made their day
One image shared by the fashion designer shows a customised Nike AF1 tissue box
Another quirky design by Daisuke shows bubble tea being carried in a custom Dior hand bag
A custom arm bag created to look like it had been designed by Gucci was dubbed a must-have by Daisuke’s followers
Over 3,000 people were impressed with the fashion designer’s attempt at making a Chanel belt that carries donuts
A custom Fendi hand bag designed to carry banana’s racked up almost 4,000 likes