Antwerp's Fashion Department brings out some real heavy hitters and class of 2010's Tomohiro Tokita is another one to add to the list. His dark collection featured a theme of dark and weighty outerwear complete with unzippable seams and intense collars.
The runway show -- all fogged up with dry ice -- added to the science fiction air. The zip details are by far Tomohiro Tokita's most innovative pieces.
Implications - While much of popular menswear is uniform and repetitive, many men are looking for alternatives to everyday styles that compliment their personal tastes. These unique styles still maintain the masculine ideal -- which is important for male consumers -- while attracting buyers who are fashion-savy.
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