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Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2016

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2016

Design duo Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato tapped into two major style currents coursing through today’s fashion landscape: lingerie-themed looks and exaggerated, oversize outerwear.

Dressedundressed RTW Spring 2016 Tokyo

Dressedundressed RTW Spring 2016

Design duo Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato turned out a strong, well-constructed collection with a minimalist, androgynous aesthetic.

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2015

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2015

Dressedundressed showed easy, tailored looks with an androgynous feel.

Dressedundressed RTW Spring 2015

Dressedundressed RTW Spring 2015

Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato turned out a collection of well-cut pieces in a range of neutrals.

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2014

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2014

Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato didn’t stray much from the brand’s signature androgyny, with the exception of a few pencil and miniskirts.

Dressedundressed RTW Spring 2014

Dressedundressed RTW Spring 2014

Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato turned out an androgynous collection of skirts, dresses, tunics and shorts for both men and women.

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2013

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2013

Designers Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato turned out a sharply-tailored collection this season.

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2012

Dressedundressed RTW Fall 2012

For their first runway show, Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato showed a monotone collection for men and women.