Tokyo Milk Soap

I saw this line of soaps and perfumes at anthropologie the other day and was severly confused. Then it was picked up by the moment today, which was good because they provided some supplemental information on the products. Namely, that they were designed by Denver-based illustrator Margot Elena Wells.

The packaging is breathtaking and almost makes me want to clean myself with something called Tokyo Milk Soap.

15 Comments

  1. That is indeed a very appealing package. I have to say that the name appeals to me too…in a very William Gibson sort of way.

  2. That is indeed a very appealing package. I have to say that the name appeals to me too…in a very William Gibson sort of way.

  3. I love this package design too! I wish it was a real soap though.

  4. I love this package design too! I wish it was a real soap though.

  5. Johnny

    June 11, 2009 at 6:54 pm

    it`s not real soap?? what is it?

  6. It’s a perfume! bummer!

  7. It’s a perfume! bummer!

  8. It is actually a hand wrapped triple milled soap. The company do also produce a range of eau de parfumes to go with range though, the matching perfume is called French Kiss.

  9. It is actually a hand wrapped triple milled soap. The company do also produce a range of eau de parfumes to go with range though, the matching perfume is called French Kiss.

  10. Have randomly found this line of perfumes and soaps in Durham two days ago (while on family holiday in cold North England 😉 and it is it fantastic. They have a wide selection of perfumes and really funky packaging!!! could not walk out of the shop without new purchases 😀

  11. Have randomly found this line of perfumes and soaps in Durham two days ago (while on family holiday in cold North England 😉 and it is it fantastic. They have a wide selection of perfumes and really funky packaging!!! could not walk out of the shop without new purchases 😀

  12. Our customers love Tokyomilk soaps and perfumes! Not only is the packaging fun, but the soaps are very generous, creamy and last a long time — an indulgent bliss break gift!

  13. Our customers love Tokyomilk soaps and perfumes! Not only is the packaging fun, but the soaps are very generous, creamy and last a long time — an indulgent bliss break gift!

  14. Can you tell me which soap coincides with Toyko Milk’s “Song In D Minor”? and where I might purchase it.

  15. Can you tell me which soap coincides with Toyko Milk’s “Song In D Minor”? and where I might purchase it.

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