Dyson remains the quintessential icon of innovation, combining cutting-edge design, precision engineering, and an unyielding spirit of nonconformity. Celebrating its remarkable 25-year journey in the heart of Japan, Dyson proudly unveils the limited edition Ceramic Pop colourway—a daring tribute to its Japanese heritage and its ceaseless pioneering ethos. Hold on to your hats because Dyson is about to take you on an exhilarating journey of stunning devices and even more stunning hair!
Inspired by the trailblazing colour scheme of the Dyson G-Force vacuum cleaner, which made its triumphant debut in Japan back in the 1980s, the Ceramic Pop range is a daring fusion of Blush Pink, Mandarin, and Verdigris. The audacious combination is nothing short of an artistic masterpiece, a testament to Dyson’s fearless approach to design.
Dyson has always been more than a mere machine; it’s a statement. A rebellion against the ordinary. The Ceramic Pop range, extending its formidable grip to the Dyson SupersonicTM hair dryer and Dyson AirwrapTM multi-styler, ensures that even your hair care regimen is a symbol of your unapologetic rebellion. This collection is not for the faint-hearted; it’s for those who dare to be different.
“Our technologies are pioneering, and this colourway takes inspiration from an early example of our innovative use of colour. We design and engineer our Colours, Materials, and Finishes to enhance the technology and overall product experience,” declares Emma Sheldon, Vice-President of Dyson RDD Hair Care. This isn’t just a hair care range; it’s a revolution in personal grooming.
But Dyson’s commitment to excellence doesn’t stop at aesthetics. It’s about the feel, the experience. Materials and finishes are meticulously crafted and rigorously tested. No shortcuts are taken in ensuring that every Dyson product not only performs better but feels better. These machines, like warriors, must withstand the trials of daily use and meet the high expectations of their owners.
The Ceramic Pop range offers a “ceramic” finish, the result of a meticulously applied satin paint topcoat. The end result, achieved through relentless experimentation, is nothing short of a triumph. It’s designed to evoke the smooth, silky finish of unglazed ceramic. A sensory delight for your hands and eyes.
Dyson’s journey with Japan is a story of “firsts.” It was in this nation, during the radical 1980s, that James Dyson introduced cyclone technology under the moniker “G-Force,” winning the prestigious 1991 International Design Fair prize. The first Dyson Demo flagship store made its debut in 2015. In 2016, the Dyson SupersonicTM hair dryer made its first appearance in Japan. Now, after 25 incredible years of partnership, Dyson celebrates its legacy with the unveiling of the Ceramic Pop hair care range.
This bold, edgy collection is now exclusively available at Dyson Demo Stores and on www.dyson.my. The Dyson SupersonicTM hair dryer is priced at RM2,399, while the Dyson AirwrapTM multi-styler can be yours for RM2,899. It’s part of a limited-edition gifting collection, so you better act fast before stocks run out.
Dyson’s Ceramic Pop colourway is more than a hair care range; it’s a declaration of individuality. It’s an ode to the rebels and innovators, to those who dare to be different and crave excellence. Join Dyson in its quest for a world that refuses to conform and celebrate 25 rebellious years in Japan with style and flair. Your hair deserves it!