LATEST DRESSCAMP MBFW TOKYO COLLECTION 2016
A impressive, floor-grazing dark ballgown with light red blossoms covered across the bodice started out the Dresscamp display, establishing the level for Toshikazu Iwaya’s loving yet irregular turn for springtime. Iwaya’s designs used creamy outfits and dress sets with something of a Victorian feel to them. But in this combined bag of a display, there were both strikes and overlooks.
On the positive side, strong, almost psychedelic color combinations taken over the collection as in a delicate, aqua blue outfit used over violet swirled leggings. Glistening petticoats peeked out from the hemlines of full outfits and dresses done in shiny flower printing. One arresting cream color variety presented lace-trimmed, beautiful fleshlight sleeves. A range of small organized purses and purses created in collaboration with Japanese people company Samantha Thavasa was also a success, in particular the editions in lines and subjective colour spots.
In the not-so-great camping, a variety of outfits dropped flat. These involved a ribbons style with beautiful light red fleshlight sleeves in a material similar to an 80’s party outfit as well as the final collection of poufy dark outfits, which experienced recurring and should have been modified down.
Iwaya’s men’s wear a mishmash of Baroque, game and disco impacts seemed like a sketchy place in this display. Given looks such as a track fit in a increased design that was similar to a cheap tablecloth and thin trousers with lip appliqués that started out when the models’ legs curved, the women created out better this time around