This season, Hiromichi Nakano gave a nod to Sixties “It” girls, like Twiggy and Edie Sedgwick, with a collection of cocoon coats, shift dresses and miniskirts.
The show started with a series of mod coats — worn closed as if they were dresses — and frocks in color-blocked pastels; the hues juxtaposed both in conventional bands and checkerboards, and in polka dots and asymmetrical shapes. A parade of chiffon dresses in similar tones and patterns floated down the runway next. Nakano also sent out some sweet, girly looks with lots of lace.
Mint green lace with white embroidery appeared in a short, pleated skirt and long-sleeved blouse, and a pink coat was trimmed with yellow lace sleeves and front panels. Read more