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The designer strayed from his usual black, instead choosing to find the color in shadows created by unique…
The designer took his inspiration from his materials, challenging himself to do something new with metals.
Gothic black dresses shared the runway with frilly pink tulle creations and intricately beaded pieces
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The Japanese designer threaded, snapped, wound, clipped, tufted, frayed but certainly not sewed his way from…
The designer went back to the root of his creation for a conceptual allegory around the idea of beginning.
Japanese designer Kei Ninomiya, who learned his craft at Comme des Garçons, weaved leather biker jackets into…
Models sported fluffy white dandelions headpieces sprinkled with actual seeds that floated poetically along…
His fall collection was a harmonious bouquet in which he explored the power of contrasts, shown in Paris'…
Rei Kawakubo's protégé Kei Ninomiya focused on a black thread, and unspooled it by using white as air.
Kei Ninomiya added color and flowers to his typically Noir collection.
Kei Ninomiya constructed garments without using traditional stitching techniques.
Kei Ninomiya's collection was all about optical illusions.
Designer Kei Ninomiya experimented with three-dimensional garments that don't require sewing.
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