An Artist and Her Imaginary Twin Seek the Finest Accessories in Tokyo

A spirited salute to summer’s most enticing jewelry and objects.

JAPANESE ARTIST AND photographer Fumiko Imano and her imaginary twin have traveled the world together, posing in front of the Statue of Liberty and Sacré-Cœur for Imano’s signature, collaged self-portraits. This season, they stick closer to home, roaming Tokyo in a spirited salute to the summer’s most enticing accessories and objects.


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Fumiko Imano Photographer

Fukimo Imano was born in Japan but raised for many years in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She studied fine art at Central St. Martins before studying photography and fashion styling at the London College of Fashion. She is best known for her self-portrait photography in which she is often accompanied in her images by her identical but wholly fictional twin sister. In 2018 she began a collaboration with Jonathan Anderson on Loewe campaigns and various contributions to the brand’s biannual cultural publication. Her vivacious and appealing images are regularly included in other fashion publications. Since 2005 she has published over ten books of photography and exhibited extensively worldwide. She lives in Hitachi, Japan.

Hannes Hetta Stylist

A Swedish native living in Paris, Hetta began his career styling at French Vogue and by the age of 23, moved on to serve as fashion editor of Vogue Hommes International. He has since contributed to a list of publications including W Magazine, Double, Acne Paper, and Vogue Italia.


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