Nozomi Ishiguro combined his two brands into one show this season. For his higher-end Nozomi Ishiguro Haute Couture brand, the designer worked a stars-and-stripes print resembling worn-out American flags into skirts that hit above the knee in the front but were reduced to a tiny peplum in the back. Dresses and long skirts were covered in swirling ruffles and there were frilly heart-shaped bustier tops.

Ishiguro’s Tambourine brand, which caters to younger customers, featured deconstructed T-shirts and sweatshirts emblazoned with cartoon prints and sequins; a black graffiti print on salmon pink or white fabric, and colorful checked shirts made even louder with a large allover flower print. The set, which featured metal scaffolding and strands of lightbulbs, gave off a relaxed, rustic vibe.

Nozomi Ishiguro combined his two brands into one show this season. For his higher-end Nozomi Ishiguro Haute Couture brand, the designer worked a stars-and-stripes print resembling worn-out American flags into skirts that hit above the knee in the front but were reduced to a tiny peplum in the back. Dresses and long skirts were covered in swirling ruffles and there were frilly heart-shaped bustier tops.


Ishiguro’s Tambourine brand, which caters to younger customers, featured deconstructed T-shirts and sweatshirts emblazoned with cartoon prints and sequins; a black graffiti print on salmon pink or white fabric, and colorful checked shirts made even louder with a large allover flower print. The set, which featured metal scaffolding and strands of lightbulbs, gave off a relaxed, rustic vibe.

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