#PFW Anrealage SS15

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Japanese house Anrealage produced

a highly original debut show in Paris

 


At a time of growing interest in wearable technology, Anrealage designer 

Kunihiko Morinaga staged a nifty fashion performance involving

 photosensitive fabrics. Dressed in stark, sculptural white outfits

models soaked up light from low-lying projectors, emerging to show off hidden

patterns or the outline of limbs that kept light off the fabric. Cutout coats and

jackets, once removed, left shadowy patterns resembling leaves  or industrial

 grids. In his first Paris runway presentation after 10 years showing in

Japan, Morinaga also employed trompe l’oeil effects, including  asymmetric

hems and sleeves to approximate the effect of slanting light.  Even metallic

studs and pearls on leather and tweed jackets were enhanced with black circles,

as if casting their own shadow. The nice surprise was how chic most of it looked.

 

 

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source: wwd.com

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