Tamae Hirokawa turned out a romantic collection of ladylike pieces in a palette of red, pink, beige, ivory and blush. Prim jacquard pencil skirts and shift dresses were paired with edgier, motorcycle-inspired jackets, and tight, intricately constructed ruffles and tucks added interest and depth to chiffon miniskirts and blouses. Modern touches came in the form of puffer jackets re-imagined as capes and a long vest, worn as a dress. The designer added sparkle with metallic accents throughout, showing up as beaded embellishments to satin frocks, foil prints and sequins peeking out between layers of frills.

Tamae Hirokawa turned out a romantic collection of ladylike pieces in a palette of red, pink, beige, ivory and blush. Prim jacquard pencil skirts and shift dresses were paired with edgier, motorcycle-inspired jackets, and tight, intricately constructed ruffles and tucks added interest and depth to chiffon miniskirts and blouses. Modern touches came in the form of puffer jackets re-imagined as capes and a long vest, worn as a dress. The designer added sparkle with metallic accents throughout, showing up as beaded embellishments to satin frocks, foil prints and sequins peeking out between layers of frills.

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