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Junya Watanabe

Stephanie Edith Herold

Source: Fashion Photography Archive 2015

Designer Biography

The Next Wave of Designers

Bonnie English

Source: Japanese Fashion Designers. The Work and Influence of Issey Miyake, Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo 2011

Book chapter

In Paris in October 2006, Naoki Takizawa’s last collection showing for Issey Miyake inspired a standing ovation from the audience. It signalled the launching of his own label, which was financed by the House of Issey Miyake. Since 1982, working together at the Miyake Design Studio, Miyake trained Takizawa in the art of fashion design and fashion showings. Takizawa has become renowned for combining a mixture of new and different materials in order to discover unexpected forms. Using a disciplined

Seven: Japanese Innovation

Bradley Quinn

Source: Techno Fashion 2002

Book chapter

‘Body becomes dress becomes body,’ proclaimed Rei Kawakubo, as she tried to sum up her radical perception of clothes and their function.Rei Kawakubo was interviewed by Susannah Frankel in her book, Fashion Visionaries (2001), London: V&A Publications, p. 154. Blurring the boundaries between dress and the body itself is typical for her; it has been central to her work for three decades. Ever since she made her debut in Paris her enigmatic and provocative collections have sent shock waves resonatin

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