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Rei Kawakubo showed a series of outsized black and white dresses that brought to mind fantastical stories
Rei Kawakubo searched for positivity in dissonance by contrasting unexpected textiles and prints.
Rei Kawakubo mined a verdant world — her own.
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For Act II of her operatic "Orlando" trilogy, Rei Kawakubo let loose with an extravagant riff on the…
Beneath the threatening rubber armor and executioner's hoods, one could discern the baseline of real clothes…
In an emotional collection, Rei Kawakubo looked inward and found herself "fumbling around in the dark."
With everybody doing so much sportswear, that Rei Kawakubo focused on the suit was very refreshing.
In an exploration of camp inspired by Susan Sontag, Rei Kawakubo delivered an ode to joy at Comme des Garçons.
Rei Kawakubo delivered one of the season's two best sightings so far. She's in good company.
Candy for the eye and food for the fashion brain, Rei Kawakubo's fall show was about "the future of…
Rei Kawakubo's two-word backstage brief on her spring Comme des Garçons collection was, "Invisible clothes."
Intrepid invention characterizes Comme des Garçons' fall collection.
With "blue witch" as her theme, Rei Kawakubo did what she does for Comme des Garçons: confound and intrigue.
Rei Kawakubo called the show "Ceremony of Separation"; the words evoking distance, loss, perhaps death, but…
In her spring collection, Rei Kawakubo made a delightfully bright proposal: Red. Red, red and more red.
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