WMV, women's collection line created with the techniques and concepts cultivated by visvim, is an introduction and suggestion of a new sense of value and lifestyle. The goal is to create feminine silhouettes that are long-lasting, designed from the inside rather than simply focus on outwardly appearance; WMV products are created with the sincerest ambition and regard to timeless manufacturing. In the same key as visvim, resonating with one's heart is at the core of WMV collections, with the natural worn-aging of products adding to its attractiveness and charm.
Built originally as a private abode in the 1970s on the banks of the Meguro River, WMV VISVIM TOKYO has been renovated using a form of residential architecture similar to that of traditional Japanese tea house aesthetics. Original materials have been maintained in many of the main structures within the building such as columns, beams, and roofing, while other constructive elements have been built off designs by Hiroki Nakamura.