Nov 02 2005: Rip up the rule books and move aside for the new enfant terrible of Japanese Fashion. Toshikazu Iwaya and his DRESSCAMP label exploded onto this year’s Tokyo Collection
Nov 01 2005: Kikuko Maki’s Gardé Collective collection was the fashion equivalent of watching the seasons change. A full spectrum of colors and moods matched the temperament of the creations displayed.
Nov 01 2005: At the end of the first day of Japan Fashion Week, Minoru Adachi’s Mode Acoté label served up a party atmosphere with party designs. This collection entitled “Innocent” showed two sides of the versatile designer.
Oct 31 2005: Sunao Kuwahara created an extraordinary collection which appeared inspired by a Gallic mix of Dangerous Liaisons, French royal courts and modern textiles
Oct 31 2005: Hideo Nishimura’s A.D. label (previously ANNODOMINI) showed its summer collection in a small confined space in Tokyo’s Harajuku
Oct 31 2005: Cult movie “Secretary” starring Maggie Gyllenhaal obviously inspired today’s Objetstandard show for Japan Fashion Week. Takeshi Mori, brainchild behind this label, displayed a strict, sophisticated modern look for today’s urban women.
Oct 31 2005: mintdesigns opened Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo with a slightly Victorian-inspired summer collection
The second part of this two part series focuses on the people at Design Festa 5 comments
The first part of this two part series focuses on the art at Design Festa 4 comments
Dorothy Vacance—one of Tokyo’s hidden gems—is offering really cute embroidered patches featuring traditional images of Japan 0 comments
One of Tokyo’s most important fashion and design exhibitions, rooms, took place again this week. JAPANESE STREETS picked a few favorites 2 comments
Last year, Israel’s famous Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art exhibited over 100 of JAPANESE STREETS photographs 4 comments