Yasutaka Funakoshi brought a taste of Tokyo’s unique goth subculture — yes it is still alive and well — to Japan fashion week. The show kicked off with a video of the designer walking in the woods before dropping his trousers, sitting against a tree and well… it’s not quite clear what is going on, but maybe it’s better not to know. Moving on, a model wearing an actual table around her waist opened proceedings with a ruffled black dress. The collection proceeded to feature a knit bodysuit, a dramatic black coat with peaked shoulders, several other corseted numbers and a short black feathered dress.

Yasutaka Funakoshi brought a taste of Tokyo's unique goth subculture — yes it is still alive and well — to Japan fashion week. The show kicked off with a video of the designerwalking in the woods before dropping his trousers, sitting against a tree and well... it's not quite clear what is going on, but maybe it's better not to know. Moving on, a model wearing an actual table around her waist opened proceedings with a ruffled black dress. The collection proceeded to feature a knit bodysuit, a dramatic black coat with peaked shoulders, several other corseted numbers and a short black feathered dress.

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