Tokyo Brands AW 2015秋冬の東京ブランド

“あの頃の未来”と”現実”そこからうまれるハイファッションとは?スターウォーズとのコラボを実現したミュベール2015年秋冬。With a high-fashion Star Wars collab, Muveil 2015 AW dresses us in the retro days of tomorrow

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白 い肌に白い眉、尖った耳をもったエルフのメタリックなミュベールの戦闘着と、それとは対照的にデニムやスタジャンなどカジュアルなアイテムにスターウォー ズのyoda、R2D2、C3POを忍ばせたミュベールワークの”実は戦闘服”。おしゃれを楽しむだけで女は何倍も頑張れる。

近未来的妖精、テクノエルフとスターウォーズの仲間たちを引き連れてレトロフューチャー合戦に加わったのはそう、ミュベール秋冬2015 -16年。

It’s been a helluva few weeks, turning what was suppose to be a quiet, rather blase summer into a whirlwind of challenges and adventures. It’s a fight of will and finding a way, culminating into what shall be a personal fight of intergalactic proportions. With that said, here are some clothes which may provide me a winning chance, and a kick of The Force for extra power.

See the pale, alien-ating hue of face, pointy ears and metallic accents, along with some familiar…but peculiar faces: Yoda, R2D2, C3PO and more.  This is a clash of Muveil’s odd sense of humor which injects strange bedfellows into quite “lovely” designs of clothing. They’ve done it with The Gremlins prior, and this time they’ve created some “techno elfin girls” and married them into the Star Wars clan for a retro-futuristic take on Muveil 2015 AW.

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Autumn Winter 2015-16 Tokyo Brands AW 2015秋冬の東京ブランド Tokyo Brands | 東京ファッション

KIDILL AW 2015-16 バックトゥーザフューチャーを具現化、キディル秋冬




デザイナーの末安弘明(Sueyasu Hiroyaki)さんがテーマにしたのは50年代のロンドン。不良っぽいファッションをしていた1950sダンディなファッションを着たテディボーイたちをソースに、さくらんぼのキャッチーなアイテムも取り入れた。”レトロパンク精神”なコレクションかと思いきや、チャイナ風のトップスやパジャマのようなルックも飛び出す。

Hiroyaki Sueyasu’s brand KIDILL is in its 3rd season at Tokyo Fashion Week (but with a huge number of years as director of Honey’s Dead shop in Tokyo and designer of Liber Oz and Hiro in London) and he’s established his aesthetic as one that throws dandyism with colorful POP references all into the wash together. With this new 2015-16 fall winter collection he picked up the DHL design award representing Tokyo and is one of the top labels to watch from Tokyo Fashion Week.

This fall/winter collection takes reference of London circa the 1950s and the bad boys of the streets in edwardian looks known as “Teddy Boys”. Of course, their anti establishment and anti sevile row stance gave them the label of early punks, but Kidill’s designs don’t merely reproduce that entirely. In fact, there are reference to China in a Mandarin collar top and pajama-like ensembles that put a wedge between then and now.



Kidill menswear 2015-16 Tokyo Fashion Week. Photo: Mami Tanabe