Yukinori Maeda presented his Cosmic Wonder collection by way of a picnic on the grass in Jefferson Market Garden. Beautiful women played string instruments while an organic lunch and “vibrational water” — supposedly imported from the Kibune Shrine in Kyoto, Japan — was served. At times the clothes veered toward medieval peasant costumes — a poet blouse with a wrapped vest overlay and midi skirt, all in creme linen — but at their simplest the looks took on a more contemporary approach, as in a black-and-white paneled tunic dress with sparkling dots.

Yukinori Maeda presented his Cosmic Wonder collection by way of a picnic on the grass in Jefferson Market Garden. Beautiful women played string instruments while an organic lunch and “vibrational water” — supposedly imported from the Kibune Shrine in Kyoto, Japan — was served. At times the clothes veered toward medieval peasant costumes — a poet blouse with a wrapped vest overlay and midi skirt, all in creme linen — but at their simplest the looks took on a more contemporary approach, as in a black-and-white paneled tunic dress with sparkling dots.

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