The World Standard and TRAVAS TOKYO Releases Stay Home Set!! Limited Sales From Now to May 17!

The World Standard and TRAVAS TOKYO Releases Stay Home Set!! Limited Sales From Now to May 17!

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A collaboration between The World Standard and japanese popular brand TRAVAS TOKYO!
The World Standard releases Stay Home Set to make staying at home fun!

A dream collaboration between popular idol group “The World Standard” and popular Tokyo-based brand “TRAVAS TOKYO”, who have released “The World Standard’s Stay Home Set” to add some fun to life at home.

But what is actually inside…?

The set consists of 3 items: a double name limited edition mask and soap bar, as well as a photo book “Stay Home Magazine (Supervised by SCRAMBLE)” that contains 500 exclusive photos taken by The World Standard members at home.

Collaboration exclusive design mask & soap

The limited-edition design combines the logo of TRAVAS TOKYO and The World Standard. The mask is made of polyurethane, a material that is elastic, soft, and gentle to the skin, and can be washed and reused repeatedly.
*The soapbox comes with an original design.

Stay Home Magazine

This limited-edition photo book features “500 photos” taken by the members themselves at home.

Not only can you see pictures of the cute members wearing TRAVAS TOKYO clothes, but you can also peek into their life at home.
You’ll be sure to enjoy your own life at home with this!

The World Standard’s Stay Home set

Let’s “enjoy home time more” with “The World Standard’s Stay Home set”!

Set Contents: Limited Design Mask & Soap, Photo Book Stay Home Magazine
Price: 3,500 yen (excluding tax)
Sales reservation period: May 11 to 17th (Pre-order, limited quantity)
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TRAVAS TOYO is a graphic art brand that expresses a unique view of the world with a cute design yet somewhat sadistic look.
This is a novel product from Tokyo that mixes occasionally conflicting elements into street items.
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The World Standard
Digital native generation idols formed in 2015.
The group’s name is an abbreviation for “The World Standard” and the members are studying languages such as English, Spanish and Chinese.
To date, the group has performed live in 11 countries and is active around the world.
They have sung numerous anime theme songs, including “Idle Time Pripara” and “Kiratto Pri Chan
In October 2019, the group held their first live freelance concert with a live band on the outdoor stage of Yoyogi Park that attracted more than 3000 fans.
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