The heady tech-no music blared out “Revolution! Revolution!” and a team of rather cheesy tuxedo clad lads stepped onto the scarlet runway with zoom lensed cameras in hand. As they got ready to take pictures of the models who swept past them in floor-length gowns, this lame scene-setting made everybody’s heart sink. But soon we were roused from embarrassment by a glamorous and impactive show.
Junko, one of the famed Koshino fashion sisters, demonstrated her renowned passionate and rebellious temperament with a collection that mixed punk-influences with raw sexiness. the collection featured liquid copper jersey, leather lacing stripe skirts, PVC bus-tier belts, leather ‘n’ lace cut-out patterning, devote tattoo motifs and knitted fringing and fraying all topped off with Mohican do’s.
The high-lights of the collection where the elegant brocade-style black satin and fur coats, and the Masai tribesman-style multi-cord belts, necklaces and torso detailing, which adorned drapey black and copper floor-length gowns.
Show: March 12, 2007 18:00