Born and grew up in Yao City, Osaka Prefecture.
When she was in high school, she hated uniforms. However, she decided to become a fashion designer when her art teacher told her to “design herself.”
At the age of 20, she traveled to France alone and she studied haute couture at the renowned ESMOD in Paris.
She returned to Japan at the age of 26 after working at the Fashion Maison in Paris.
After she returned to Japan, she worked as a ready-to-wear fashion designer at a Japanese company before establishing her own company in 2007.
She started her own haute couture brand “Asano Chiyuki” in 2009.
All her designs express the grace and charm “Yamato Nadeshiko” of Japanese women, sticking to the style that shows the charm of the woman’s body, and introducing dresses that incorporate the traditional Japanese techniques such as Kyoto’s tie-dyeing. As a Japanese designer, she has been active in many countries around the world in order to introduce the good things of Japan to the world and boost Japanese industry.
Graduated from the renowned ESMOD in Paris with a major in haute couture.
Became independent after working as a ready-to-wear fashion designer at a Japanese company. Founded Milvi Co., Ltd.
Started her own brand “asano chiyuki”.
Invited to Fashion Asia (Chinese design competition) as a representative of Japanese designers for two consecutive years. Held a fashion show.
Held a collection show in New York.
Cooperated with Five One Factory which has been in the business of order-made suits for over 50 years in order to develop a new collection of order-made suits.
Started order-made wedding dresses and black ties.
She appeared as a dress advisor in the wedding dress contest Asian Ace on TBS and won her first Japanese victory in the apparel design contest.
The company was renamed Jiyu-Jisai Co., Ltd.
Managed Inner Beauty Promenade.
Started the ready-to-wear brand “KNIToDay” in response to the requests of haute couture customers.
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