Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Shiroma first


Tokyo Shibuya First's 'Bellesalle' hosted the MB fashion
week first of three shows in a row of the up-and-coming
designer Shiho Shiroma introducing her AW 2012-13
”Progressive” collection consisting in round-shouldered
shapes for coats and jackets looking cozy without being
oversized as well the label's signature all-over digital
abstract prints in a wide array of outfits draping 
loosely and gracefully.



The collection is improved by fancy textured knitwear
pieces where woven fabrics are embellished with knit and fur 
details: I'm quite amazed by Shiroma's take on knitwear 
because she mixed hairy threads with chunky braids 
or smooth fabrics achieving a dazzling effect.
That's what actually caught my eyes last season.


Varsity and sporty clues are skillfully spread all over
the collection juxtaposed to sheer summery-looking
dresses in lavish combinations.
Shiroma's latest collection looks extremely wearable 
and endowed with loads of personality, ideally 
suited to a self-confident young woman truly 
comfortable with her femininity. 

> all images © by Onnie Koski via WWD.com <

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