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Minimal, Chic and Rock’n’Roll.
The style of Costume National is marked by an unmistakably slim and sexy silhouette, resulting from the ability to merge luxury craftsmanship with a metropolitan, creative and avant-garde attitude.



marked by an unmistakably slim

and sexy silhouette


Born in 1971, Koji Udo degreed in Tokyo Mode Gakuen school, where he started some business studies before starting his professional career as sell account by “Beams” concept store.

After few years he leaves to study in London and he enters the fashion industry in year 2004 with the creation of his own brand “Factotum”. He has been prized with TOKYO FASHION AWARD in 2015. Udo’s style is a fusion of mode and real clothing. He doesn’t indulge in the shallowness often associated with the fashion world. Each collection has taken inspiration from artists, musicians, and cultural figures. More recently, he has sourced collection themes found during his travels around the world.



Born in Hiroshima in 1981, Yasutoshi Ezumi got his degree in London at Central Saint Martins school.

He has developed an intricate and modern style, which still maintains some aspects of the Japanese aesthetics combined with different Western influences. Before launching his own brand in 2010 he worked as an assistant in Alexander McQueen and as a knitwear designer in Aquascutum in London. He has been selected for ‘Woolmark Prize’ 2016/17. Ezumi’s minimalistic approach reveals his amazing sense of taste and ability to make woman look sexy and distinguished.