19/10/2015
On the radar.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Tokyo is more than well known for its insane, colourful and creative street style, so it was only natural that MBFW Tokyo showcased some of the best designers Japan has to offer.

Zin Kato showcased his SS16 fashion collection on Saturday, leaving no doubt that he is one of the most exciting and elegant designers on the scene. This collection saw Zin Kato embody fine fabrics, intricate detailing and texture for one stunning show. But it wasn't all about the big labels last week.

Wednesday saw emerging label byU showcase designer Hiroki Uemura’s vision of cute clothing for more mature women. ByU’s runway show offered mixed coordination, with bright colouring and lots of layering. It was definition of super kawaii.

tokyo-mbfashionweek.com/en/

Photography: 
Nynno Bel-Air @ AVEOE

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