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Kyoko Higa

Nov 07 2005: With a psychedelic catwalk show this morning Kyoko Higa managed to wake up a rather jaded Japan Fashion Week.

lulz: this bish dont look like a jappa

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ZIN KATO/CUP by Zin Kato

Nov 06 2005: In a radically different atmosphere, Zin Kato released their ZIN KATO/CUP labels. In a decidedly mature collection Toru Kato and Misako Hayashi established that they can deliver a diverse array of clothing from original jumpsuit creations to evening wear.

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Young Creators Collection

Nov 05 2005: Today was a huge occasion for some young Japanese designers at Japan Fashion Week. Given the chance to showcase their talents to the public some of the youngsters impressed the enormous crowd in the Tokiwa tent.

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OHYA/ASTROBOY Spring/Summer 2006 - Blast off from JFW

Nov 05 2005: Cult fashion designer Hiroaki Ohya unveiled his 2006 Spring/Summer OHYA/ASTROBOY collection this afternoon

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NIBROLL ABOUT STREET S/S 2006

Nov 05 2005: NIBROLL ABOUT STREET performed in a very intimate space within the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography

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YAB-YUM Spring/Summer 2006 - Tokyo Goth Pop

Nov 05 2005: On a beautiful autumn morning Patrick Ryan and Mami Yoshida, the duo that makes up the YAB-YUM team presented their Spring Summer collection – Tokyo Goth Pop

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lessthan* rocks JFW

Nov 04 2005: On a sleepy Friday morning at Japan Fashion Week Ohal Ando released his Spring /Summer collection for the lessthan* label.

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ROUROU: Chinese Delights

Nov 03 2005: In the theatrical setting of Tokyo’s Teien Art Museum in Meguro former model Maki Hayazono uncovered her latest collection for her label ROUROU.

Kjeld Duits: Excellently expressed by Paul. The truly Asian designs of this show were a delight after the many European centered creations of the past week. Unfortunately, we photographers were literally put out in left field during this show. We had to shoot outside, in the dark, with rain falling. Two terrible spot lights were the only illumination to cover the models, who initially also stayed too far away from the photographers. So I am afraid the heavily contrasted photos don’t do justice to the beautful creations we got to see. Hopefully, designer Maki Hayazono will pay more attention to the needs of the fashion photographers in the future. Her work certainly deserves it.

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