Tsumori Chisato Fall 2016 RTW

Tsumori Chisato Fall 2016 RTW takes you to another trip of the cutest imaginary land.

Tsumori Chisato has spent more than twenty years coming up with a plethora of her favourite things that all touch upon the magical and mystical, making her collections always a constant trip as well as building a brand that is much-loved.

For Fall 2016 collection, Tsumori Chisato gleaned inspiration from prisms, diamonds and rainbow colors. A kaleidoscope of hues flowed across everything from dresses, sweaters and skirts in arcs, lines and waves coming in paillettes, knits, silk and fringe. Chisato has always enjoyed maxing out a story line. But actually you couldn’t really place one particular decade upon Chisato’s collection which as per usual mixed it up to a saccharine degree, throwing in everything she consistently loves and ensuring that you leave cooing over the cuteness of it all.

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Despite all the diamond permutations, she singled out some of the folksier pieces among her favorites: a candy-color coat with extra-long yarn fringes, and a jacquard of stars and other assorted shapes that could have been appropriated from children’s wallpaper. Silhouettes varied dramatically in the whimsical collection whose strongest looks included some of its simplest — a crochet dress with geometric panels and a patchwork top and long skirt ensemble in oranges, purples, pink and ivory.

The presentation seemed to say that this collection seems to have tapped into our childish wants, though, is something that Chisato has always been successful at, especially with the use of her technicolor signatures. But this time it all ended with a mixed up rainbow-gradient, velvet patchwork dresses on acid and separates that can’t escape the ‘kawaii’ sphere mingled with the cutest of hosiery. Here’s to another trip of her imaginary land.

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