Tokyo New Age RTW Fall 2016
March 18, 2016 - fall Denim
Tokyo New Age is a plan sponsored by Parco dialect stores that aims to support young, up-and-coming Tokyo designers.
Tokyo New Age is a plan sponsored by Parco dialect stores that aims to support young, up-and-coming Tokyo designers. This deteriorate it showed collections from 5 brands, with themes trimming from flower art to street-savvy teens.
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Soshi Otsuki was desirous by a flower artist going by a name Koharumaru, who creates arrangements that brew normal Japanese aesthetics with an fashionable sensibility. The dual worked together on a collection, with Otsuki observant that he intentionally combined elementary garments in sequence to uncover off a flowers. Dressed in lax black suits and separates with partially isolated sleeves and vast cutouts, models carried uninformed leaflet in their hands; it was also trustworthy to their garments and infrequently taped to their skin. While an engaging concept, it looked forced during times. A final demeanour featured outrageous evergreen boughs sprayed black, that so vaporous a black pants and white shirt that it was formidable to see most some-more than a strips of fabric trailing off a back.
Kotoha Yokozawa pronounced she directed to incorporate elements of garments from her possess girl into today’s conform sensibility. This resulted in a rather bizarre charity with no distinct thesis beyond, vaguely, a Sixties. Mixed flower prints, china bodysuits that lonesome both fingers and toes, a structured black leather tip and a black and white color-blocked pleated minidress all walked a runway.
Keisuke Yoshida was desirous by teenagers, incorporating elements of punk rock, movement enlightenment and travel conform into his tumble collection. For men, he showed jeans in dual extremes (skin-tight or intensely baggy), a deception shirt jacket, a velour fit and an farfetched puffer jacket. His womanlike models were dressed in floral minidresses, denim jackets and nap coats embellished in pinkish leopard-print feign fur, and a denim miniskirt with buttons down a front.
Ryota Murakami directed to emanate a collection that competence be found in a suburban boutique. His initial model, a lady with graying hair and a honeyed smile, represented a boutique’s owners and was dressed in a white lab cloak and black slacks. The remaining looks were decidedly zanier, though still had a certain suburban grandma feel, with crocheted flowers and cat faces appliquéd to rib-knit sweaters and white trousers, wide-leg floral pants embellished with kaleidoscopic fringe, and vinyl raincoats interconnected with velour scarves or splendid aqua pants. The looks were accessorized with scrupulous handbags and handle filigree wrapped around a models’ heads.
Akiko Aoki showed a singly Japanese approach of juxtaposing opposite textiles and resisting elements. She pronounced she wanted to offer something to women who are sleepy of a same thing. Military influences like an olive drab prolonged dress were given a delicate interest with hairy pastel patch pockets, and men’s wear-inspired checked fabrics were contrasted with lace, velour and lead trim or unsettled with what seemed to be whiten stains.