Best of Tokyo Fashion Week Part I
Rito crafts exquisite natural fabrics and layers them for subtle yet eloquent results.
Miyako Shimakawa designed magnificent textiles for luxury brands for many years. In 2016 she presented her own collection. Her Rito brand focuses on the art involved with spinning yarn, weaving and dyeing to craft exceptional textiles used to fashion contemporary silhouettes.
Modern Renaissance inspired sleeves, Rito.
Rito tiered and layered full shift dress.
Vibrant colors and unique layering exemplifies the Mr. Gentleman brand by designers Takeshi Osumi and Yuichi Yoshii.
Layered shorts and bold pinstripes. Mr. Gentleman.
Camel coat with detachable leather sleeves by Mr. Gentleman.
Oversized silhouette, brilliant hues. Bug camp shirt by Mr. Gentleman.
Not for those who want to blend into the background. Knit top with add-on floral sleeves. The designers of Mr. Gentleman consider their fashion Post Modern clothing.
Look at the exceptional details of the collared shirt, super cool jacket and subtly patterned trousers. Taakk brand by designer Takuya Morikawa was the Fashion Prize Winner of Tokyo in 2019.
Dyed silk shorts suit. Taakk.
Chain at the neckline and layered straps on full cargo pants creates a contemporary casual look. Taakk.
Takuya Morikawa is known for reworking denim in magical ways.
When you don’t feel like wearing a tie around your neck…De Caffeine homme brand has the solution.
Double breasted khaki linen suit by De Caffeine homme Korean designer Avizmo Jo.
Deconstructed navy blazer with the designer’s signature open side seams. De Caffeine homme.
Japanese designer Yuki Hashimoto exhibits a sophisticated talent for men’s RTW. He combines a casual, smart street wear with an athletic vibe.
Yuki Hashimoto, modern streetwear.
Multiple lengths, layers and zippered details create a truly Japanese contemporary style for the fashion forward man. Yuki Hashimoto.
Watch for Best of Tokyo Fashion Week Part II coming soon!