Join a fusion event incorporating a fashion designer and a spatial designer. Kimono upcycled dresses by Vivat Veritas will be exhibited in a runway-style fashion show with tie-in spatial design from the mind of David Takahashi. The kimono dresses are one-of-a-kind and have been reimagined for wear in daily life. These antique kimonos have been made with unique colors and textures, which are impossible to find in off the rack fast-fashion.
Tickets can be bought online in advance for ¥1,000 and will also be available for ¥1,200, both including a drink. There will be an afterparty from 6pm – 8pm, costing an additional ¥1,500 and including food. These garments will also be exhibited at Ginger cafe for the month of June.
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9:00am – 3:00pm
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