Designer Shiro Shiroma used a silk-like polyester to turn out a feather-light assortment of fluttery dresses and separates in pastel watercolor prints. Shiny and metallic fabrics with a cracked appearance punctuated the line up and gave off a futuristic vibe. But the real stars were some edgy jackets and vests that used a traditional Japanese paper-making technique to achieve a texture reminiscent of crocodile skin.

Designer Shiro Shiroma used a silk-like polyester to turn out a feather-light assortment of fluttery dresses and separates in pastel watercolor prints. Shiny and metallic fabrics with a cracked appearance punctuated the line up and gave off a futuristic vibe. But the real stars were some edgy jackets and vests that used a traditional Japanese paper-making technique to achieve a texture reminiscent of crocodile skin.

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