Miss Noya Nakata was born on the 3rd of October 1968 in Amsterdam. She followed her zeal which started at the early age of 8 years old with designing and making earrings and necklaces for females and beautiful drawings. She later sold these items at school, to family members and friends and made this a serious undertaking during the yearly Amsterdam’s Queens Day where you could always find this little girl at the Vondelpark selling her collections. This passion evolved and took a serious turn and became a successful occupation after her graduation at the Fashion Academy in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Today, her collections for both women and men are sold worldwide for their cheerful, creative and distinctive nature. Her earrings, bracelets and necklaces, all handcrafted by FAIRTRADE materials from all over the world, can easily be identified as a NOYA NAKATA accessory. Popular in demand – each collection appeals to young and old and complements all kinds of style.
MORE ABOUT MISS NOYA NAKATA
Miss Noya Nakata, half Japanese of samurai blood and half Polynesian grew up in the public eye as part of a musical family. She is the daughter of the world leading Percussionist Japanese Nippy NOYA who worked with leading artists such as Carlos Santana, Chaka Khan, Robert Palmer Brecker Brothers, Billy Cobham, Joe Sampele, Massada, Catharina Valenta, and other artists from Europe and around the world.
Like daughter like father, in addition to designing and creating NOYA NAKATA collections, Esther still finds time to return home to her family and lovely daughter Cacharell. She also seeks diversity in her everyday life with other creative outputs, such as a percussionist, designing big art mirrors (made of different stones and shelves), painting, and designing different collections of clothes and bags.
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