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Matohu RTW Spring 2014 JAPAN

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Matohu Jp FWHiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi opted to take advantage of an exhibition hall’s massive curved walkway to show their spring Matohu collection, which highlighted their signature relaxed yet polished aesthetic along with some modern takes on Japanese silhouettes. The duo is a practiced hand at layering and this season was no exception, with lots of slim trousers shown under dresses or long, lightweight sweater coats, and even a pair of culottes under a jersey skirt. But a few pieces, like a lime-green shift dress, were left to stand alone.

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Fashion Week Tokyo October 10-October 23rd

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This year’s autumn Fashion Week kicks off at Shibuya‘s Hikarie building with the Zakka Runway (themed ‘British Check’), Sweets Runway, and Designers’ Cocktail Runway events. Sample the latest accessories, snack on some glamour sweets, sip on fashion-inspired drinks, or just take in the atmosphere of a world-class event. The runway shows start from October 14.

Details

Open Oct 10-23

Time See official website for event details


Keita Maruyama Tokyo F/W

On Friday, October 21st, Japanese label Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris showcased their 2012 Spring/Summer collection on the runway at Tokyo Midtown.  Brand founder Keita Maruyama graduated from Bunka Fashion College in 1987. He worked in the Japanese apparel industry, and also designed costumed for musicians and actors on the side. In 1994, he debuted his collection in Tokyo, winning the Mainichi Fashion Grand Prix New Face Award and Shiseido Sponsorship Award in 1996.  The Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris 2012 S/S collection shown at Japan Fashion Week was titled “Save The Last Dance For Me”. The theme of the show was a giant dance party complete with a huge lighted disco ball and DJ Hazuki (a well known DJ in the Tokyo club scene)On Friday, October 21st, Japanese label Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris showcased their 2012 Spring/Summer collection on the runway at Tokyo Midtown. Brand founder Keita Maruyama graduated from Bunka Fashion College in 1987. He worked in the Japanese apparel industry, and also designed costumed for musicians and actors on the side. In 1994, he debuted his collection in Tokyo, winning the Mainichi Fashion Grand Prix New Face Award and Shiseido Sponsorship Award in 1996. The Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris 2012 S/S collection shown at Japan Fashion Week was titled “Save The Last Dance For Me”. The theme of the show was a giant dance party complete with a huge lighted disco ball and DJ Hazuki (a well known DJ in the Tokyo club scene) – – more on Keita & others

External Link: Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris Official Website


Japan’s F/W ‘Glowing Fashions’ …really!

 

Taiwanese couturier Johan Ku managed to make his clothes shine – literally – by making them out of material that glows in the dark. Ku’s spring/summer 2012 collection, which he named ‘The Two Faces,’ features dresses which shine brightly, in greens and blues, in the dark. Ku mixed artificial fiber with natural materials like linen and bamboo fiber for this collection. Some were woven into the luminous dresses and some made it into the Grey Label ready-to-wear series. – – check this out, Click HERE


Keita Maruyama Tokyo F/W

On Friday, October 21st, Japanese label Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris showcased their 2012 Spring/Summer collection on the runway at Tokyo Midtown.  Brand founder Keita Maruyama graduated from Bunka Fashion College in 1987. He worked in the Japanese apparel industry, and also designed costumed for musicians and actors on the side. In 1994, he debuted his collection in Tokyo, winning the Mainichi Fashion Grand Prix New Face Award and Shiseido Sponsorship Award in 1996.  The Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris 2012 S/S collection shown at Japan Fashion Week was titled “Save The Last Dance For Me”. The theme of the show was a giant dance party complete with a huge lighted disco ball and DJ Hazuki (a well known DJ in the Tokyo club scene)On Friday, October 21st, Japanese label Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris showcased their 2012 Spring/Summer collection on the runway at Tokyo Midtown. Brand founder Keita Maruyama graduated from Bunka Fashion College in 1987. He worked in the Japanese apparel industry, and also designed costumed for musicians and actors on the side. In 1994, he debuted his collection in Tokyo, winning the Mainichi Fashion Grand Prix New Face Award and Shiseido Sponsorship Award in 1996. The Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris 2012 S/S collection shown at Japan Fashion Week was titled “Save The Last Dance For Me”. The theme of the show was a giant dance party complete with a huge lighted disco ball and DJ Hazuki (a well known DJ in the Tokyo club scene) – – more on Keita & others

External Link: Keita Maruyama Tokyo Paris Official Website


Japan's F/W 'Glowing Fashions' …really!

Taiwanese couturier Johan Ku managed to make his clothes shine – literally – by making them out of material that glows in the dark. Ku’s spring/summer 2012 collection, which he named ‘The Two Faces,’ features dresses which shine brightly, in greens and blues, in the dark. Ku mixed artificial fiber with natural materials like linen and bamboo fiber for this collection. Some were woven into the luminous dresses and some made it into the Grey Label ready-to-wear series. – – check this out, Click HERE


Japan’s F/W ‘Glowing Fashions’ …really!

Taiwanese couturier Johan Ku managed to make his clothes shine – literally – by making them out of material that glows in the dark. Ku’s spring/summer 2012 collection, which he named ‘The Two Faces,’ features dresses which shine brightly, in greens and blues, in the dark. Ku mixed artificial fiber with natural materials like linen and bamboo fiber for this collection. Some were woven into the luminous dresses and some made it into the Grey Label ready-to-wear series. – – check this out, Click HERE