True to form, designers Hiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi brought modern and fresh twists to Asian silhouettes. Horihata said the duo was inspired by the ancient technique of layering different colored kimonos to achieve certain effects as well as the urban landscape. “I looked at Tokyo and I saw that there was a layering of colors — not just natural colors, but the gradation of concrete and lights on cars,” he explained.

 

True to form, designers Hiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi brought modern and fresh twists to Asian silhouettes. Horihata said the duo was inspired by the ancient technique of layering different colored kimonos to achieve certain effects as well as the urban landscape. "I looked at Tokyo and I saw that there was a layering of colors — not just natural colors, but the gradation of concrete and lights on cars," he explained. 

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