Designer Hiroko Ito set her show amidst a stage of metal flowers that appeared to be melting, in what appeared to be the designer’s second anti-nuclear statement through fashion. (Last season, she created a dress bearing a map of Japan’s nuclear plants.) Although the mood was a tad somber, the clothes weren’t depressing. She worked a large tablecloth check into an asymmetrical skirt, shorts and wide-legged pants before progressing on to vests, ruffled tiered skirts in a palette of greys, light blues, peach and orange. A couple florals were also worked into the mix including one that took the form of a cute frock with a handkerchief hem.

Designer Hiroko Ito set her show amidst a stage of metal flowers that appeared to be melting, in what appeared to be the designer's second anti-nuclear statement through fashion. (Last season, she created a dress bearing a map of Japan's nuclear plants.) Although the mood was a tad somber, the clothes weren't depressing. She worked a large tablecloth check into an asymmetrical skirt, shorts and wide-legged pants before progressing on to vests, ruffled tiered skirts in a palette of greys, light blues, peach and orange. A couple florals were also worked into the mix including one that took the form of a cute frock with a handkerchief hem.

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