Mikio Sakabe blurred gender lines by dressing male models in schoolgirl-inspired skirts, culottes and sailor tops. Textured knits in pastel shades of pink, blue and green were paired with white long johns, and manga-inspired faces graced everything from heather gray sweatpants and sweatshirts to crisp white shirts. True to his unpredictable nature, Sakabe had the faces of two of his models painted dark blue or purple with contrasting neon-colored lips, and others wore rhinestone tiaras on their heads.

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