Blur Designers: ‘I want to help the people that need help’

The New York-based Blur designers are working on a collection that’s inspired by a family of Japanese artists and artists.

It will feature pieces by Shiro Sagisu, Akira Nakazawa, Yoko Ono and Kenji Kawakami, and they’re creating an imprint in Japan called “IWANA” that stands for “I want you to see me,” said CEO Daniel Hirschberg.

It’ll also feature an all-new line of makeup and hair accessories, and an all new line of clothing.

“We’re really excited to be able to bring the Blur brand to the world,” said Hirschburg.

“It’s the future, and we’re here to help.”

The Blur collection will be available through March.