Japanese designers behind Lady Gaga's outfits make edgy debut – AsiaOne

TOKYO - They've dressed Lady Gaga and now they need to gown extra fashionistas in Asia: the husband-and-spouse staff behind Japan's award-successful ROGGYKEI label made their Tokyo Vogue Week debut on Saturday.

Their edgy set up made a lot of the circle image of their model, presenting round skirts, capes and coats lower within the spherical, frayed hems and two-textured knit fits in an historical meets futuristic look.

Tough to think about on the excessive avenue, however straightforward to see the artistry that caught the creativeness of one of many world's largest music stars recognized for her edgy, boundary-pushing style.

It was a particular, memorable capsule assortment showcased on fashions with clean faces and helmets of blue wigs caught down low on the brow, spear-like projectiles protruding of slicked-again buns.

Hitoshi and Keiko Korogi have by no means met Gaga, however the New Yorker has worn their designs a number of occasions since visiting Japan shortly after the 2011 earthquake that left greater than 18,000 individuals lifeless or lacking.

"She appeared like our garments," Keiko informed AFP.

"She requested us to ship costumes for her 'You And I' music video however she did not put on them in the long run."

The Gaga impact drove six occasions extra visitors to their web site however whereas some shopped, there was much less influence on gross sales, maybe a mirrored image of the industrial limits of the singer's outlandish fashion.

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