MBJFW Tokyo | Onitsuka Tiger x Andrea Pompilio | Block ColorsofBlackandWhite at ss15 ONITSUKA TIGER #MBJFWTokyo


Designer for the casual street brand, Andrea Pompilio is taking Onitsuka Tiger to new heights.

Buyers and Press witnessed edgy block colors of black and white, in strips featuring both on their Men’s and on Women’s.

This led onto colourful graphics of orange and pinks featuring hieroglyphic symbolisms and blues 


MBJFW Tokyo | DRESSCAMP | ss15

Posted on Oct 13 2014

For Their ss15 ‘A Rule of Ultra Violet’ collection Designer Toshikazo featured on Women’s; round-neck, bow peep-style blouses in shot metallic baby blue with widened hems followed by an array of multi-prints pieces in Red, White and Black.  

There were a few surprises within the collection featuring re-constructed jean skirts with white chiffon.

The look was slightly paired-down on Mens though equally bold on graphics!
On Men’s Toshikazo featured patent long leather boots with side tassels showing an inspiration of western film influences.

For finale Dresscamp demonstrated perfectly their inspiration on women’s with bright metallics of Silver and Gold and kept the graphics bright on men’s also!

Altogether: Bright and Bold!

DRESSCAMP’s ss15 Concepts: The Aloha fish, Silver, Gold, The Bauhaus 

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Since their debut in 2002,DRESSCAMP has been presenting novel collections with a characteristic use of color, making the best use of material print,with original decorativeness,powerful and delicate dresses in the genre of couture-classic.We often collaborates with top-brands from around the world in order to offer authenticity and high quality.


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For ss15 His 31 outfit collection features multi-graphic pieces with bold prints, which he has made evident on men’s, floral prints in blk and White on women’s,
an exploration of experimental silhouettes with a nice sports edge.
For finale Atsushi jazzed up his offerings on women’s with shot two-tone silk organzas in aquatic shades to reds and completing in white organza.
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After graduated from Nagoya Fashion College in 2001, Atsushi Nakashima entered New Lead Factory. He won the 20th Onward Fashion Grand Prix. and moved to Paris in 2004, scouted by Jean Paul Gaultier to work as his assistant.. From 2009, he has been in charge of a new diffusion line until he came back to Japan in 2011.

Atsushi won the 3rd DHL Designer Award. 

The Gaultier Multi-talented Designer shows his own label under his own brand at Mercedes-Benz Tokyo FW today!


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