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Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand matohu on March 20, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo

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Tuesday March 20, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Mirry: Matohu always manages to do that, make it both stylish and comfortable. I am a fan. ^_-
Mirry: Absolutely love all the different shapes and textures here. Everything looks totally wearable and comfortable without being too casual.
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Yes, the colors got my attention, too. Very subdued and quiet, yet flattering and beautiful.

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand IN-PROCESS BY HALL OHARA on March 20, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Tuesday March 20, 2012
Maria: @KD: I hope so too! I will love to see how Japanese wear it ^^
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: This was their best show yet, I felt. I love the oversized coats. I hope I run into some in Harajuku this winter!
Maria: Wow… they always stay true to the image I have of the brand. But even when I know what to expect (and I get what I expected), they surprise me! Without a doubt, I would be a loyal buyer if I were in Japan and if I had the money xD

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand A DEGREE FAHRENHEIT on March 20, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Tuesday March 20, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @NELM: Except for the two female models wearing mustard colored pants, all the models wearing pants are men, and the models wearing skirts are women. But does it matter?
NELM: too busy trying to determine the gender of each model
Maria: hahaha I had not noticed the guy that Nekoagogo mentioned! I was checking out the clothes, so I didn’t noticed the skin of the model xD I like this collection, it aims to various segments of the market, I think the brand will have good incomes ^^

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand A DEGREE FAHRENHEIT on March 20, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Tuesday March 20, 2012
Whitney: I absolutely love the coats.
Kjeld Duits: @brenda tominaga: Oh, I don’t think I have seen that yet…
brenda tominaga: hi Kjeld, this one reminds me of junya watanabe’s grey and black collection, just can’t remember the year.

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand SOMARTA on March 19, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Monday March 19, 2012
Maria: @Miss Molly: I think it is a great homage ^^ In fact, Hirokawa should have taken care of the House McQueen instead of Burton <33
MissMolly: @Maria, I do understand that people draw influence from just about anything and everything, and I have no problems with such a thing. But there’s a fine line between being influenced by someone, and then directly taking specific cues of material, silhouette, color palette, and craftsmanship all at once from one designer in particular. Everything from the colors (simplistic I know, but in combination with the rest…), to some of the techniques used, the styling with hair and makeup, and even the bone/web-like headdresses are similar. It feels less like an homage to McQueen, and more like a continuation of his line.
Kjeld Duits: @Kellyn: Yes, great design!

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand HIROKO KOSHINO on March 19, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Monday March 19, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Dörrie Banana: I actually like the make-up at fashion shows. I love the creativity that make-up artists put into it. But this big white block around the eyes made it really difficult to photograph the show.
Dörrie Banana: I really like the baggy clothes in this collection. The designer managed to make them look really good and stylish. Especially the colourful ones with the nice patterns at the end are really beautiful. The only thing I don’t understand is that awfully weird eye make up or make up in general the models have to wear. It makes them look very angry and even scary. In my opinion, it ruins the outfits. Thus I tried to not pay attention to it while I was looking at the pictures. I think designers tend to exaggerate the make up, which is very sad :( But the clothes remain awesome! :-)
Kjeld Duits: @Graham-kun: Hiroko Koshino always manages to turn out really chic looks. Have you see her other shows that I shot? Hiroko Koshino 2010, 2012 | Hiroko Koshino 2005-2008
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