This house, run by designers Hokum Katsui and Nao Yagi, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. To that end, the design duo put together a special archive collection of their quirky graphic prints in dress form. These frocks opened the show as models bearing giant numbers on their shoulders made their way down the runway. The brand’s spring-summer collection had a slightly Sixties Carnaby street vibe to it with colorful polka dots, checks and stripes. But the cuts and proportions weren’t typical Go Go fare and channeled a distinctly Tokyo sensibility. The knee-length pants and jackets looked sharp and a couple distinctive prints including one of red lips stood out.