Tokyo resident Nicoleta Oprisan’s 5 Senses Collection

By on May 21, 2017

Want to bring bold, feminine skirts into the season?

Who better to make that a reality than Nicoleta Oprisan.

A professional Ikebana artist, perfume stylist and Japan-based designer, Nicoleta Oprisan, wanted to extend her love of art into apparel.

In 2014, she did just that. ‘5 Senses’, a company she started by supplying Ikebana displays and installations at events, hotels, outdoor spaces, and etc., is also a women’s wear online shop. “The idea behind 5 Senses is to offer the audience a multi-sensorial experience, involving all five senses,” says Oprisan. Her online shop features skirt-and-top pieces with one-of-a-kind designs.

Nicoleta Oprisan of 5 Senses Collection

Her latest creation – ‘The Nautical Collection’ is designed using cool colours, luxurious chiffons and the softest brushed cotton (from Japan) that will keep you cool in the Tokyo summer.

The budding entrepreneur also teaches Ikebana to adults every Thursday (during school term) at the British School in Tokyo (Fees: ¥4,000, materials included). Ikebana classes for kids may be arranged for groups of 5-10 children in Hiroo (¥2,500 materials included).

Check out her collection at

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