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Fashion shows for graduating students at Vantan Design Institute. All items are created by students. Part 3 of 3

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Monday March 11, 2013
Zjonni: Karol, I totally agree! This fashion show is MIND BLOWING! 8D I understand that the other part is your opinion as well and you are entitled to it but that’s not a very fair thing to say :( A fashion show can not prove the superiority of one country over another. Japan is not perfect, they have horrible crimes and rampant social issues just like any other country no matter how many great articles of clothing are designed there. If you want to see other great fashion designs like this, you can check out the fashion weeks in Johannesburg, London, Paris, New York, Mexico City, all kinds of cities! They are all just so beautiful, you wont regret it :)
escort madrid: it’s amazing collection..all outfit are looking very different…such a nice collection.. 1st one is dress up is very colorful..
Karol: i will just say one thing. Japan is the most amazing country in the world, and this is one of the things that confirm this fact!! these students are pure artists. i’m amazed <3

Fashion shows for graduating students at Vantan Design Institute. All items are created by students. Part 1 of 3

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Saturday March 9, 2013
NINA: cool
Kjeld Duits: @Jenni: That was a nice look. Unfortunately, I had some trouble with the unpredictable lighting of the show and those photos are not so good…
Jenni: Yes, exactly ^^

Spring/Summer 2013 Collection of Japanese fashion brand writtenafterwards on October 20, 2012, in Tokyo.

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Sunday October 21, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art: I think writteafterwards designer Yoshikazu Yamagata stands totally apart from the pack. As you know, he started his own fashion school because he felt that the established schools don’t do a good enough job.
Lactose Intoler-Art: Wow. Definitely a collection to make you think… Its interesting to me how some designers try to take a stab at materialistic culture. At the same time, I’m sure they must realize that without consuming customers, they cannot continue doing what they love. Rei Kawakubo’s “anti-fashion” themed collections always interest me and make me think, because her work is incredibly expensive once on the store shelves. I think self reflection from this designer is evident here, and his creativity has just oozed through it. I love this.
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