Anrealage RTW Fall 2017
February 28, 2017 - fall Denim
Kunihiko Morinaga’s tumble collection was no reduction initial than his prior high-tech offerings, though this time his thesis matter focused more on form than function. In his initial looks, a Anrealage engineer worked with Japanese sculptor Kohei Nawa to carve fused rolls of 300 meters of dark blue denim into dual change dresses, one made to demeanour like waves, a other imitative a disfigured openwork roots of a tree.
The fabric residues shaped a dark blue moss-like runner underfoot, accentuating a organic thesis that was an undercurrent in a rest of a collection, that was permeated with turn motifs designed to elicit a annual rings of trees. Most apparent on a final look, a skater dress molded from 99 layers of gray felted nap and carved into shape, a thesis that recurred in a crowd of manifestations.
As a turn motif, it was found on crocheted knitwear and a settlement on jacquards and laser-bleached fabrics. It worked good on an outsized cloak with a Fifties conformation and on a span of far-reaching pants, among a reduction unpractical equipment in a collection. The thesis continued with a rolls of fabric, denim selvage, zips, ribbons and buttoned hems that Morinaga wound turn and turn a physique regularly to build or overstate his designs. Among a standouts here were some surprisingly delicate dresses and separates created almost wholly from a circuitous and layering of bands of bullion or russet satin ribbon.