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Vantan Tokyo Fall/Winter 2013
Vantan Tokyo presented their Fall/Winter 2013 Collection With three different unique designers
Nelly Hohmann showcased a modern version on all-black pieces which seems to be the trend for this year. The collection featured pleats galore and timely injections of watercolor-esque floral prints and touches of off-white. Signature pieces included an ivory motorcycle jacket with a long, asymmetrical tail broke up the monotony.
Eisunoge, a men’s collection inspired by Japanese street wear, started off as an interesting look at Theophilus London’s acid trip. By the end, when the parade of clip-on suspenders, thigh-length multi-plaid shirts, and what certain segments of the press have deemed “meggings” had ended, there was only one pair of actual pants in sight.
Sagan, by Natsuki Watanabe featured color blocking, and texture-blocking formed a cohesive collection that was somehow both subtle and far from it. There were winter off-whites and thick hand knits in a melange of textiles, and the entire line was well-suited for a country house on a Norwegian island in mid-winter. One standout was a tweed belted camel coat in beige with drape pockets, which one would hope to see in stores soon.
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