The Fashion Canada 'Tokyo Pop' editorial encourages women to introduce a lot of vibrant colors to their spring and summer wardrobes in a way that is at once edgy and exotic. Embracing an Asian theme, the manga graphic novel plays a big part when it comes to these loud, statement-making looks.
Set to appear in the May 2013 issue of the magazine, the Fashion Canada 'Tokyo Pop' editorial stars model Karina Gubanova. Photographer Gabor Jurina shot the looks on location in downtown Miami, Florida. The eclectic and eccentric ensembles were styled by George Antonopoulos, who pulled pieces from the racks of such labels as Prada, Gucci and Vivienne Westwood. Beauty artist Daniela Klein finished the looks with equally colorful makeup.
The Fashion Canada 'Tokyo Pop' Editorial Stars Karina Gubanova
1. Vibrant Color Fashion - Opportunity for disruptive innovation: Develop new technologies or fabrics that can produce vibrant and long-lasting colors in fashion garments.
2. Asian-inspired Fashion - Opportunity for disruptive innovation: Create a fusion of traditional Asian fashion elements with modern designs to cater to the growing demand for unique and culturally influenced clothing.
3. Manga-inspired Fashion - Opportunity for disruptive innovation: Explore collaborations between fashion designers and manga artists to create clothing collections that embody the visual style and storytelling of manga.
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