In keeping with Tokyo’s penchant for black this season, Koichi Chida kept things almost entirely monochromatic at Fur Fur. He also stuck to a very singular theme, opening with a series of long black tank dresses with minimal variation. That pattern continued throughout the show, as he moved to lace-trim slip dresses and sculptural pieces made from masses of tulle. The variety didn’t come until later in the show, when Chida turned out some looks featuring drop-crotch pants and a jacket with sleeves reminiscent of a kimono. There were also some body-conscious dresses paired with motorcycle jackets.

In keeping with Tokyo’s penchant for black this season, Koichi Chida kept things almost entirely monochromatic at Fur Fur. He also stuck to a very singular theme, opening with a series of long black tank dresses with minimal variation. That pattern continued throughout the show, as he moved to lace-trim slip dresses and sculptural pieces made from masses of tulle. The variety didn’t come until later in the show, when Chida turned out some looks featuring drop-crotch pants and a jacket with sleeves reminiscent of a kimono. There were also some body-conscious dresses paired with motorcycle jackets.

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