For Cote Mer’s first Tokyo Fashion Week participation, Norio Sato and Seishi Naito held their show in a small, grungy basement bar with models entering via a band stage. While it was a very bare-bones production with minimal lighting, the collection consisted of street-ready pieces, some with a refined edge. Blazers were dressed down in a rough navy tweed with white scribble stitching and metallic accents, and pants looked relaxed and casual. Pops of fur, leather sleeves and a camouflage jacquard kept things current.

For Cote Mer’s first Tokyo Fashion Week participation, Norio Sato and Seishi Naito held their show in a small, grungy basement bar with models entering via a band stage. While it was a very bare-bones production with minimal lighting, the collection consisted of street-ready pieces, some with a refined edge. Blazers were dressed down in a rough navy tweed with white scribble stitching and metallic accents, and pants looked relaxed and casual. Pops of fur, leather sleeves and a camouflage jacquard kept things current.

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