When designers creativity goes way too far…
In my previous post I wrote about 10 best trends from Tokyo Fashion Week but to be honest what is Japan without weird and crazy fashion?
This year’s Tokyo Fashion Week proved that Tokyo stays weird as always and nothing has changed at all.
As soon as I arrived in Japan I asked my photographer friend Kumanosuke to take me to SAYAMAIKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM designed by Tadao Ando – check more here.
I couldn’t be more happy to be surrounded by Tadao Ando architecture again.
Japanese brands have taken the lead and put fashion on to the next level during Amazon Tokyo Fashion Week.
This year’s look is all about gender equality and unisex style. Top international designers like TOGA and HARE, as well as independent labels like ENHANCE and DRESSEDUNDRESSED showed the world that Tokyo’s trendy fashion scene is not only edgy and cool but also revolutionary.
The rest of the world should follow Tokyo’s direction by promoting gender equality via the unisex look.
My first photo shoot in Sydney
This was my first photo-shoot in Sydney, with a street photographer Glen from England – check his work here.
I’ve stumbled across this brand on Instagram and when I saw this sandy pink two piece set on their online store- it was almost like love at first sight..
When I read that everything they make is “proudly hand made and hand hammered with great attention to detail” I knew that there’s only one thing left to do- buy this beautiful piece of clothing! The name of the brand is NUN BANGKOK and as you can guess they’re based in Thailand. I like the idea of supporting small, local brands rather than popular high fashion designers. I guess there’s punk & DIY spirit in my heart. .