For his Tokyo fashion week debut, Jun Okamoto turned out a summery collection of breezy dresses and voluminous separates in featherweight fabrics like cotton gauze and matte jersey. A modern dancer opened the show, gracing a runway adorned with artificial flower petals. A floral watercolor print splashed across the bodices of frocks, as well as on jackets and tights. There were several variations on trench coats, including cropped lengths, oversized collars and ballooned sleeves. The men’s tailored wear seemed a tad static in comparison.

For his Tokyo fashion week debut, Jun Okamoto turned out a summery collection of breezy dresses and voluminous separates in featherweight fabrics like cotton gauze and matte jersey. A modern dancer opened the show, gracing a runway adorned with artificial flower petals. A floral watercolor print splashed across the bodices of frocks, as well as on jackets and tights. There were several variations on trench coats, including cropped lengths, oversized collars and ballooned sleeves. The men's tailored wear seemed a tad static in comparison.

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