TOKYO S/S SUIT SELLECTION BY JOHAN KU MBFW 2016
Johan Ku Mercedes-Benz style 7 days Seattle Spring/Summer 2016 Collection .Luchino Visconti’s movie presentation of Johnson Mann’s novel “Death in Venice” was on Johan Ku’s mind this year. Particularly, the developer recommended “the finishing time when Tadzio is status at the front side of a wonderful sea representation.”
Ku said he targeted to merge components of “pure proper loving endeavors and vicious loss of life,” presumably hitting into the film’s story of a musician who becomes enclosed in a young Enhance boy amongst a cholera occurrence in Venice. His-and-hers sweatshirts printed with the face of Tadzio, the boy in the movie, were the most actual understanding of the concept. But some of the other outfits had a loving look and could easily provide as the components of a journey clothing selection for a journey to the French town.
Standouts involved a sequence of white-colored items protected with items of stitched material sometimes integrating sequins providing them a unclear texture; Ku used this development on a coat, a peplum top and minidress with an angular hemline. The show then took a deeper turn with a long sequence of all-back looks, which involved long, evening-appropriate outfits and more lively stand up such as floaty trousers with cuts down the top side that exposed the legs.