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Spring/Summer 2013 Collection of Japanese fashion brand CUNE on October 15, 2012, in Tokyo.

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Tuesday October 16, 2012
Tilde: I am in love with this collection! I wish it was available to purchase internationally.
Kjeld Duits: @Emma: The colors were quite beautiful. Very bright. @Lactose Intoler-Art: Souvenir jacket?
Lactose Intoler-Art: I feel like these textiles are a refreshing take on the recent over indulgence of the print on print trend. (Power print/avant garde but late 80s early 90s looking chain silk jacket look for example) The illustrations seem really fun and random. Can you happen to recall what the souvenir jacket was like? I would love to create a custom souvenir jacket with my own illustrations somehow embroidered onto the back and the chest.

Spring/Summer 2013 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JUN OKAMOTO on October 15, 2012, in Tokyo.

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Monday October 15, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Emma: The dancer opened the show. She’s wearing a Jun Okamoto creation so I guess that in a way she is a model as well as a dancer?
Emma: The flower parasol is so elegant! Is the dancing girl a model? It’s refreshing to see some emotions on the catwalk.

Spring/Summer 2013 Collection of Japanese fashion brand Né-Net on October 15, 2012, in Tokyo.

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Monday October 15, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @MaliceInWonderland: Good point!
MaliceInWonderland: I’m not a particular fan of the headgear, either, but it definitely makes sense for a fashion show. Since these pieces have such a comfy, immediately wearable sense of street style, they probably needed to do something bigger to stand out and appear more exotic and “runway ready”. I adore the long dresses and skirts with hoodie-styled pockets. So many of these pieces are soft with excellent flow and texture. While a lot of them are more “lounge” in style and comfort, they still appear sleek and interesting. I really, really like this set.
Kjeld Duits: @Emma & Lactose Intoler-Art: I like the headgear, actually. It made it playful and irreverent. I felt like I was watching a fashion show of stuffed animals, or characters of a fairy tale or story book. ^_- It was almost dream-like.
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