Thanks to renowned avant-garde designers that include Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto, Japanese fashion has an impressive reputation for being being radical, boundary-pushing, and extreme. Drawing inspiration from the East and the West, the traditional and the ultra-modern, Japan’s sartorial legacy has made a formidable impact on industry – from Uniqlo’s high street domination to up-and-coming British designers such as Craig Green. The Culture Trip presents a stellar list of new wave Japanese fashion designers that you should know.
TokyoFashion.com presents an in-depth interview with the one-of-a-kind Japanese fashion designer and artist Shojono Tomo. Shojono Tomo has been known in Japan for many years & has had international gallery shows.
Japanese fashion brand alice auaa expresses a dark avant-gardist romanticism. It's the deconstructed beauty of a pretty princess who has jumped through a mirror, and emerged in a Grimm-like storybook world full of shadows. JAPANESE STREETS had an exclusive interview with founder and designer Yasutaka Funakoshi.