Hokuto Katsui and Nao Yagi have a reputation for making ample use of color and print in their collections, and their spring lineup was no exception. Swirl prints resembling marble and oversize paint splatters in bright shades of orange, pink, blue and lime green were paired with more neutral colored pieces fashioned from jacquard fabrics in geometric patterns, including diamonds, squares and circles.

Loose peplums were worked on the front or back of dresses, while slim ankle trousers were offset with long, belted vests, sheer striped blousons and tops with lamé silver accents.

Hokuto Katsui and Nao Yagi have a reputation for making ample use of color and print in their collections, and their spring lineup was no exception. Swirl prints resembling marble and oversize paint splatters in bright shades of orange, pink, blue and lime green were paired with more neutral colored pieces fashioned from jacquard fabrics in geometric patterns, including diamonds, squares and circles.


Loose peplums were worked on the front or back of dresses, while slim ankle trousers were offset with long, belted vests, sheer striped blousons and tops with lamé silver accents.

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