It may seem illogical that Japan’s biggest fashion houses don’t participate in Tokyo fashion week — ever, even in the most perfunctory of ways. This show of a was a very notable exception. Fumito Ganryu designs for this brand, which is part of the Comme des Garcons portfolio. The show, along with a few others closing the week, was open to the public and it attracted an impressive line of die-hard CdG fans waiting to get in. The models, donning giant curls and super-long wisps of hair, rocked an approachable array of drop-crotch jeans, puffy vests, striped tops and nubby sweaters.

It may seem illogical that Japan's biggest fashion houses don't participate in Tokyo fashion week — ever, even in the most perfunctory of ways. This show of a was a very notable exception. Fumito Ganryu designs for this brand, which is part of the Comme des Garcons portfolio. The show, along with a few others closing the week, was open to the public and it attracted an impressive line of die-hard CdG fans waiting to get in. The models, donning giant curls and super-long wisps of hair, rocked an approachable array of drop-crotch jeans, puffy vests, striped tops and nubby sweaters.

To Read the Full Article
SUBSCRIBE NOW

Tap into our Global Network

Of Industry Leaders and Designers

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus