THE INITIATIVE

A donated olive tree for every purchased “Ginosa”. Find out more about the initiative to help Apulian agricultural companies.

Essential design made in Italy

Seishou is a luxury footwear brand founded by Japanese designers Masaharu Ikeda and Yuko Matsuzaki. The name Seishou means “to sing in unison” and reflects our vision to combine contemporary Japanese style and traditional Italian craftsmanship, creating footwear focused on comfort and elegance.

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Press

Here you can find all the newspapers and magazines that have talked about Seishou.

What they say about us
  • The olive tree on the upper to conquer the world

    The olive tree on the upper to conquer the world

    The Apulian olive tree embroidered on a shoe, which made such headlines at Pitti Immagine 2023, is now travelling the world. The shoe, for men and women, designed by Yuko...

    The olive tree on the upper to conquer the world

    The Apulian olive tree embroidered on a shoe, which made such headlines at Pitti Immagine 2023, is now travelling the world. The shoe, for men and women, designed by Yuko...

  • Out With the Old and in With the New: The Future of Fashion

    Out With the Old and in With the New: The Future of Fashion

    The fashion industry is evolving everyday, and the blurred line between mens and womens fashion is beginning to be showcased on the runway by designers such as Saint Laurent, which...

    Out With the Old and in With the New: The Future of Fashion

    The fashion industry is evolving everyday, and the blurred line between mens and womens fashion is beginning to be showcased on the runway by designers such as Saint Laurent, which...

  • Milan is always Milan

    Milan is always Milan

    One week it’s about fashion, the next one about accessories, the third one all about technology. Not to mention the “green”, sustainable way of living, or days expressly dedicated to...

    Milan is always Milan

    One week it’s about fashion, the next one about accessories, the third one all about technology. Not to mention the “green”, sustainable way of living, or days expressly dedicated to...

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