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.
The fuchsia colored bob haircut model walks down the catwalk wearing a V-neck, wrap black ensemble which looks awesome styled with fuchsia tights.
Here we see a school-girl uniform inspired outfit, which looks sailor inspired to me. Love the cropped blue shirt with a white bow-tie which looks modern and pretty creative styled with high-waisted pants witth knife-pleated and flared ends.
The male model sports a cool uniform inspired hat with a stand up collar long blazer and straight, maxi skirt, all in black.
The old male model walks down the runway wearing a double-breasted black suit with a stand-up collar white shirt and purple scarf. Love the bowl hat embellished with a veil
The fuchsia color asymmetric long haired model looks sophisticated wearing a kimono inspired black wrap ensemble.
The old man sports the same black bowl hat with a veil and one-buttoned black waistcoat.
Here we see a sweet model girl who walks down the catwalk wearing a cropped denim jacket and a white-pink evening appropriate dress cinched at the waist with a pink waistband.
That's a summery look, which consists of a squared brim sun hat and a jeans dress with side pockets.
Here we see a disabled female model who dons a front zip denim dress.
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