It is well known that I like and appreciate work and philosophy of the Japanese designers. This year, during Paris Fashion Week, I had an opportunity meeting some of my favorite in real.

At first, when I got an e-mail with invitation I was surprised, and I knew, I couldn't let that chance slip away. Seeing Maruyama's pieces in real was experience on whole new level. Also, it is always great seeing how the Japanese pay attention even to smallest detail, and how everything they create carries a strong message.

Here are some of the photos to transfer part of the atmosphere. Enjoy.

Yohji Yamamoto - S/S 2018

Soon new collection is coming, but it's never late for presenting timeless Yohji's work. For Spring/Summer 2018, Yohji Yamamoto creates more genderless pieces.

“Recently, young boys and young girls are wearing mixed, genderless, so I wanted to work with this gender movement. I played a little.”

To make this even more interesting, the collection is not as strict as it is usually the case. It is more loosening up for more youthful Yamamoto collection, full of interesting and effortlessly wearable wardrobe proposals. But even though the collection is lighter, Yamamoto still keeps things discreet by not exposing skin much, and basically tickles your imagination. Each piece from the collection contains personalized and romanticized stitching message.

Source: Vogue


When we talk about balance of form and function, we simply have to mention Japanese label CIVILIZED. Satoshi Okugawa is always aiming to create great balance of conventional menswear attires and sportswear pieces.
Check out their newest lookbook for Spring/Summer 2018.

Demobaza - S/S 2018 | demoman

Second part of DEMOBAZA collection for Spring/Summer 2018 entitled 'REUNION' dedicated to urban nomad and world of tomorrow!

Demobaza - S/S 2018 | demowoman

Check out the newest collection of Bulgarian brand DEMOBAZA for Spring/Summer 2018 entitled 'REUNION'.