• Byo by Tommy Ambiyo Tedji Spring Summer 2015
  • Byo by Tommy Ambiyo Tedji Spring Summer 2015
  • Byo by Tommy Ambiyo Tedji Spring Summer 2015
  • Byo by Tommy Ambiyo Tedji Spring Summer 2015
  • Byo by Tommy Ambiyo Tedji Spring Summer 2015

A fashion accessories brand that is created by Tommy Ambiyo Tedji known as Byo recently released its spring and summer 2015 collection with a continuation of material experiments from the previous collection. For this season, they have explored a geometric pattern closer to home. The Kawung motif is one of the earliest design of batik. The harmonious repetition of rings brings forth new form with nostalgic values of heritage. They wanted to apply this motif to the present by designing an interlocking system that looks modern with a sense of Javanese history. This Kawung inspired modular system is then applied to form a shape that is functional in every sense. The size is perfect to contain the everyday nomadic objects. The shape is designed to be held by the hand with ease. And the top magnetic closure lets the user access all compartments easily. The spring and summer 2015 collection offers five new different kind of bags, and it is all available now online via their official site b-yo.com with retail price that range from IDR 650.000 to IDR 850.000.

Byo is a fashion accessories brand from Jakarta, Indonesia that focused on creating wearable experimental objects. Their mission is to distill the aesthetics of the future and showcase the relevant ones to the present. They explore the boundaries of materials, shapes, and concept while maintaining the purpose and functionality of the finished product. The brand is created by male designer Tommy Ambiyo Tedji. An Industrial Designer who believes that good design (other than fulfilling its main function) deserves maximum exposure. It should be used as a mean of every individual’s expression of self. It should be carried or worn for people to see. That description of what he wants to make is more commonly known as fashion accessories. He is heavily influenced by fantasy and science fiction, giving his designs a sense of futuristic aesthetic. For further information about Byo as a brand and its designer, feel free to visit their official site at b-yo.com.

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