Designer Akira Naka of his namesake brand and his collaboration with Atelier Manoa’s tech knit designer Yasuko Hayakawa brought the knitwear designs created by the two to the next level.
Designer Akira Naka studied fashion at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, and he is known for creating clothes, which bring out the beauty of the wearers.
Interview with Noritaka Tatehana. “I used to be Self-Centered, but Now I Want to Help Preserve Japanese Cultures”.
Japanese designer Noritaka Tatehana’s works are among the permanent collections of world-renowned museums such as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This is part 2 of the interview with 30-year old Tatehana.
Crystal heelless shoes designed by Noritaka Tatehana sparkled on the runway of Iris van Herpen’s 2015 A/W collection. The shoes were created using the technology of 3D prints.
During her interview with Fashion Headline, Mame’s designer Maiko Kurogouchi talked about the theme for her 2016 S/S collection, which was designed under the concept of an alchemist.
Japanese fashion brand “Mame”, led by designer Maiko Kurogouchi, continues to present collections which are charming and detailed, allowing certain images and emotions to arise in the wearers. This is Fashion Headline’s interview with the designer.
This article is Part 2 of the interview with the married couple Fumiko and Homare Yamashita, who have their atelier “Kihachijo Meyu Kobo” on the island, Hachijo-jima.
Kihachijo silk characteristic of the Japanese island Hachijo-jima is the product of the island’s nature and history. Kihachijo silk was sent to Mainland Japan as tributes since the Muromachi period into the Edo period.
This article is the second part to the interview of Candy Stripper’s designer Yoshie Itabashi and Japanese actress Fumi Nikaido carried out at Isetan Shinjuku department store.
Japanese fashion brand “Candy Stripper” celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and welcomed Japanese actress Fumi Nikaido to design for the collaboration brand “Fumi Nikaido Roots Candy Stripper”.
Interview with Japanese Designer Hiroshi Fujiwara of The Pool Aoyama
The closing of designer Hiroshi Fujiwara’s concept store “The Pool Aoyama” after two years is perhaps the reality of how short-lived fashion trends are in Japan.
The details of The Pool Shinjuku were not revealed until the opening day on June 17. Fashion Headline interviewed designer Hiroshi Fujiwara, the man behind the project, on the behind the scenes.
Interview with designer Hiroshi Fujiwara on The Pool Aoyama and the pop-up at Isetan Shinjuku.
Currently, Air France has four types of services- first, business, premium economy and economy. The winged seahorse symbol is only used for the first class.
Interview with 17-year old Mona Matsuoka, most likely the busiest fashion model from Japan, at sculptor Kohei Nawa’s atelier Sandwich, located in Kyoto, Japan.
Following our interview with CEO Fany Pechiodat of the French website “My Little Paris,” we interviewed the website’s illustrator Kanako Kuno (Kanako).
We interviewed Fany Pechiodat, founding member and CEO of My Little Paris which is one of France’s most successful websites, as part of our feature on fascinating women.
For the 2015 S/S collection, The Sakaki presents a shirt made to look as if it was made of broadcloth woven with two-ply yarn. But if you look closely, it’s an Oxford shirt.
Designer Kotaro Sakaki of The Sakaki pursues his designs, but does he have an image of the completed design in his mind?