Emiko Sato and Takeshi Kitazawa’s spring collection was less androgynous than usual, with plenty of skin-baring lingerie, lace, and see-through fabrics — for both women and men. The collection was a study in contrasts and featured men’s wear-inspired suiting and oversize denim or bomber jackets as well as tiny shorts or long pants in organza. Other more delicate looks included sheer, nude tanks embroidered with a rose on the back.

By  on October 16, 2017

Emiko Sato and Takeshi Kitazawa's spring collection was less androgynous than usual, with plenty of skin-baring lingerie, lace, and see-through fabrics — for both women and men. The collection was a study in contrasts and featured men's wear-inspired suiting and oversize denim or bomber jackets as well as tiny shorts or long pants in organza. Other more delicate looks included sheer, nude tanks embroidered with a rose on the back.

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