Let's have a detailed look at the latest Yoshio Kubo Spring-Summer runway show, which was presented at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Tokyo. Today's fashion paralyzed people to buy only office style wear, which looks basic and dimly. Japanese designer Yoshio Kubo makes changes by offering its clients detailed apparel, which features striking prints and layered silhouettes. The spring offerings feature combinations of marine (nautical theme) and sports elements embellished with colorful camouflage prints. As you can see, male models appear on the catwalk sporting colorful combinations with vibrant details. Speaking of prints, then I really like those naval stripes, bird, floral and fish camouflage patterns. All in all, Kubo offers stunning, contemporary menswear looks.
Here we see a hooded, field jacket with patch pockets which is worn atop white shirt tucked in black and white bird, sky camouflage print pants.
Japanese brand Mr. Gentleman revealed its Spring-Summer season's menswear collection during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Tokyo. The next warm season was inspired by the countries and cities, such as Mexico, Italy, France as well as New York. You are about to see fresh and bright colors, including sweet, pastel colors, lilac, green and blue. I personally like the loose fit shapes and cool outerwear essentials. My personal favorites from the show are pastel hued suits, hooded vests, knitwear, biker jackets, leather trousers, as well as baseball caps. There is kind of throwback, which is quite simple and not overdone, consisting of functional looks. What really caught my eyes, then it's simple, straight-forward clothing, which included leather panels, baroque inspired prints and pretty colors. Mr. Gentleman offers great casual looks which are perfect and easy to wear all year round. All in all, Mr. Gentleman is all about streetwear standards for the next year.
Keep it simple, modern and masculine. Try on this set, which features a hooded tailored vest in tailored look, which can be worn atop white long sleeve pullover and tailored shorts in green color.
Japanese brand Factotum presented its new collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Tokyo. This Spring-Summer season designer Koji Udo was inspired by Roy Andersson's movie A Swedish Love Story. The color palette ranges from pale hues to vivid colors, as well as neutral tones of white, beige and black. The summer collection name is “Various Life” and the lineup features slim pants, striped jackets, cool bombers, hooded cover-ups, sweatpants, long coats, cream colored sweaters styled with white sleeved shirts tied around the waist, joggers, etc. The layering is a key theme for the next season. We see mix-match silhouettes, patterned outfits and notable standout basics. I personally love the way Udo expresses each wearer's identity, by offering tailored fits and military aesthetics.
Here we see a light beige vest teamed with a white button-down, light beige shorts worn atop white ones.
99%IS label presented its Spring-Summer menswear collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tokyo. A Korean designer Bajowoo is from Seoul. The spring show offered elegant and street style ready to wear looks which are inspired by rock music and biker trends. We see touches of punk style, classic black and white combinations, bold red separates, grunge inspired black leather garments, stunning hues of blue, palm tree prints, creative masks and matching hats. Indeed, leather and dark colors dominate the runway, offering us sophisticated, urban outfits. If you are rock addicted male and you want yourself a perfect casual look, then why don't you try on one of these edgy outfits? Every piece attracts my attention, by its original details and expressive silhouettes. Love the way, Bajowoo mixes street style with punk details.
The braided male model walks down the runway wearing a blue suit and slippers. I personally love the creative mask and the dark blue flowers.
For today's review I have chosen Japanese label Facetasm and its Spring-Summer runway which was showcased at Shibuya Hikarie Hikarie Hall A, during Tokyo Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. There is kind of flea market and army look touch in these clothing sets, where some of the outfits bring us kind of strange homeless touch. You are about to see contrasting elements, including loud graphic prints and textures. Label's designer Hiromichi Ochiai offers a great balance between ‘dressing up and dressing down.’ We see models wearing utilizing motorbike jackets, cool bomber vest, denim vests, plaid shirts. The prints feature plaid, camouflage, and geometric prints. Lots of looks come with different length overtops slim tapered pants or baggy shorts. I personally like that hipster grunge touch, which makes the following sets look relaxed yet characterful. Speaking about footwear, then I see here shin-high socks styled with sandals and running shoes. That's what I say wild take on the streetwear. Hope you will enjoy the images the same as me:
Here we see male model who walks down the catwalk in a grey tee embellished with fringes and styled with cuffed denim trousers and cool sneakers.
This time I want to show you my favorite looks from Ne-net Spring-Summer collection's runway show which was showcased at Tokyo Fashion Week Mercedes-Benz. The show was presented at Shibuya Hikarie Hikarie Hall B. You are about to see light colors with patterned pastel shades, including green, blue and grey tones. The brand's name “Né-net” means “born” in French. Label's creative director Kazuaki Takashima offers happy clothing, which make you smile, while wearing it. I personally feel kind of vintage touch in these stunning, colorful hipster inspired looks. Anyway, I want you to get inspired by these separates and read up my review.
That's a shapeless shift in white and blue geometric print, which reminds me of macro rope. I love the way model with an asymmetric short bob haircut wears white socks tucked in beach slippers.
Japanese menswear label Discovered revealed its Spring-Summer season's runway show during Tokyo Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. The next year's collection combines bold prints used on traditional pieces. I personally like the camouflage prints (sweatshirts) and military-inspired silhouettes, including combat jackets and army cargo trousers. The runway show includes ready to wear essentials, as well as loose-fit pieces made up of technical fabrics. You are about to view classic versus casual separates in vivid colors (khaki, orange, blue, black, white, olive, mustard and brown). All in all, designers Tatsuya Kimura and Sanae Yoshida bring to our attention some unique and strong outdoor basics with statement details and embellishments.
The male model walks down the catwalk wearing an olive knitted beanie, khaki green field jacket cinched at the waist with a butter brown belt. I personally like the Houndstooth camouflage print separates (shirt and shorts), which make model looking individual.
Father-son design duo Sansai and Jotaro Saito showcased their signature traditional Japanese clothing for the next spring-summer season during Tokyo Fashion Week, Mercedes-Benz. The men's and women's creations were decorated with traditional prints and post-modern motifs. There is no doubt in their masterful works, which feature traditional details and embellishments. You are about to see a beguiling mix of stiffness and flexibility with a stunning range of beautiful prints, including birds, sky, jacquards, dogs and geometric florals with bright post-modern motifs. Every look which is seen on the catwalk comes with real values of Kimono dressing. All the presented Kimonos are ideal for wearing in your everyday modern life.
Here we see an ideal piece with birds print.
Let's have a look at the best looks from HAHA spring-summer season's collection which was presented at Mercedes-Benz Tokyo Fashion Week. Established in 2013, HAHA brand means "mother"and "laughter" and "good fortune". The name exudes happiness, which makes people laugh and feel love and fun. The next season's fashion clothing came with beautiful designs for people with disabilities. I personally like the showcased traditional clothes with innovative twists and color elements. We see traditional kimono tailored pieces, denim essentials, sweet pastel hues, uniform inspired separates, school-girl inspired looks and some retro inspired details. I think it's better to see the clothes and make some notes:
That's what I call a retro detailed look, which features a beautiful swingy belted, navy collarless dress in a knee length with pale blue color details. The model looks sweet sporting flat pumps and holding a statement umbrella in her hand.
I'd like to share with you fashion brand's Coté Mer latest Spring Summer runway show, which was presented during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Tokyo. I have spotted cool, streetwear appropriate and interesting designs, which I'd like to share with you. You are about to see unique patterns, lightweight fabrics, loose-fit shapes, casual daily life basics, as well as pop up colored details. There is something rock inspired, youthful and sporty in each of these ready to wear looks. The show was far less minimalist, as we see stunning patchwork designs with polished silhouettes and edgy details.
That's a statement, exaggerated coat in matte black color, which is worn atop neoprene top tucked in sweatshorts and paired with checkered slip-ons.