With a runway show that featured glow-in-the-dark garments, the Anrealage Spring 2013 is a testament to how advanced Japanese fashion has become.
This runway collection was part of Tokyo Fashion Week's seemingly infinite showcase of truly novel design. Kunihiko Morinaga is the genius behind this garment story that is cohesive in its striking cage-like constructions and decidedly avant-garde head pieces. Models resemble chic drones from the future and are costumed in what can only be described as epitomized modernism.
Standing out with their detailed-oriented garments and pop-art garments, this collection is a breath of fresh air with its on-point, forward-thinking aesthetic. The Anrealage Spring 2013 puts Japanese fashion on the map and will surely follow the successful trajectory of labels like Comme des Garçons and Junya Watanabe with the predominance of the Asian luxury market.
The Anrealage Spring 2013 Collection Is Unabashedly Futuristic
Alexandra Serrano — October 18, 2012 — Fashion