Roggykei's Iron Dualism Ⅱ Lookbook Embodies Militant Undertones

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jun 6, 2014 • References: notjustalabel & notjustalabel
Entitled "Iron Dualism II", Roggykei's Autumn/Winter 2015 collection is an opulent take on classic military staples. The label is a collaborative project between designers Hitoshi Korogi and Keiko Miyakoshi who are both based in Osaka, Japan.

Roggykei's clothes follow the concept of "clothes as accessories, accessories as clothes", a manifesto that its designers live by.

The label's latest showing combines hard and soft elements of workwear and army uniforms and translates them into a more feminine version of themselves. The collection's vivid colors and metallic materials are accented with with jewel-clad textile prints. Its dresses, coats and skirts are paired with crystal-adorned hats that are militant in their design.

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