#The Last Train to Tokyo

I found this fascinating and am sure some of my readers will too, and perhaps gain some inspiration from the designs.

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Tokyo fashion is a source of inspiration for a wide variety of professionals in the industry. Famous designers like John Galliano, Karl Lagerfeld, and Marc Jacobs, often create pieces inspired by its post-modern aesthetic. The Christian Dior Spring/Summer 2003 collection by John Galliano was famous for its use of Japanese inspired fabrics, shapes, colors and textures; the rice hats, kimono drapes, and early 20th century colonial numbers were visuals reminiscent of Tokyo fashion. Another famous French fashion label Eliee Saab, designed a collection pairng luxurious French fabrics and royal, earthy colors with the shape of Japanese kimonos; the combination produced an enthralling visual of royalty from both Europe and Asia, making for quite a fashion forward look. The most talented hands in luxury fashion often refer to Tokyo style with the purpose add depth and diversity to their designs. The vibe in Tokyo fashion is so different, yet is…

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About jingsandthings

I am me. What do I like? Colour Shapes Textures Paintings, photographs, sculptures, woven tapestries, wonderful materials. The love of materials probably comes from my father who was a textile buyer, and I grew up hearing the names of mills and manufacturers which sounded magical and enticing. Glass in all its soft and vibrant colours and flowing shapes, even sixties glass which makes its own proud statement. A book I can immerse myself in. Meals with family or friends with lots of chat and laughter (and probably a bottle or two of wine). The occasional trip abroad to experience the sights, sounds, food, conversation, quality of light and warmth of other countries. To revel in differences and be amazed by similarities. I like to create and to experience, to try and to achieve. And then there are words – read, heard, written at my keyboard, or scrawled on sticky notes, or along the edges of dog-eared supermarket receipts excavated from the unexplored nooks of my handbag. What do I dislike? Cold Snow Bad design Fast food Condescension
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