Mitsuru Nishizaki worked as a patternmaker for Yohji Yamamoto before launching his own brand, Ujoh, in 2009. For his Japan Fashion Week debut, Nishizaki presented a feminine collection with peplums figured prominently on jackets, tops and skirts. A couple of the opening looks featured a sporty-looking iridescent fabric in blue and yellow, but the rest of the lineup seemed less experimental with a selection of slender pants, textured knits and cropped boxy tops. Some of the textile choices included seersucker and botanically themed jacquards.

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