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Five models to follow now #2 Japan

Nowadays, the number of models jumping onto the social media ocean to connect and have more exposure is increasing. Sharing their everyday life, they are not afraid to give us a sneak peak of what it is like to be an upcoming talent. 57 more words

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Ujoh Spring/Summer 2016

As Tokyo Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Week is now over, it’s time to review some of our favorite shows, starting with Ujoh.

Ujoh is a young and high fashion brand founded in 2009 by Mitsuru Nishizaki, who previously worked for Yohji Yamamoto. 74 more words

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Tokyo Fashion Week highlights flower patterns, lace, gentle atmosphere

Floral patterns, lace and other pretty elements stood out at Tokyo Fashion Week for spring-summer 2016, reclaiming centre stage from the strong, mannish styles that had been in vogue for a while. 450 more words

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Tokyo Now

Although the spring 2016 ready-to-wear shows have just concluded in the four major fashion capitals, New York, London, Milan, and Paris, there’s even more going on in other parts of the world. 761 more words

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Japanese rock star Yoshiki performs while debuting edgy kimono collection at Tokyo Fashion Week


One of the most talked about collections at Tokyo Fashion Week was the YOSHIKIMONO First Collection, a range of rock star kimonos created by a Japanese rock star so famous he goes merely by his first name, … 614 more words

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Tokyo Fashion Week, Day Two: Factotum, Plastic Tokyo, and More

Thirty-eight floors above the Tokyo streets in Yebisu Garden Place Tower, Phenomenon’s Takeshi Osumi hosted the first day of his off-schedule men’s and womenswear showroom. Known as Big-O for his size, Osumi is a hip-hop emcee turned designer with a high sensitivity to detail that has made him a hometown streetwear favorite. 318 more words

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Matohu Spring 2016

As part of Tokyo Fashion Week we were invited to attend the Matohu Spring 2016 show. The designers Hiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi were former Bunka students.   73 more words

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