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Fashion is obsessed at the moment with sustainability and the effect of the industry on the environment. Noir Kei Ninomiya offered a visually stunning and elegant take on the subject.

In terms of presentation, craftsmanship and level of detail, it was an outstanding collection. The models resembled living, breathing creatures seemingly covered in walls of plants and succulents. The frond-like tentacles of foliage sprouting from the tops of their heads were in fact hats by Azuma Makoto made of real ferns, palms, and moss. Styling aside, the clothes Ninomiya showed were detailed in their artistry and perfect as editorial pieces if somewhat limited in their real life application. Shapes were organic. Tulle was worked and tufted to encase the body in cloud-like lightness. 

Noir Kei Ninomiya

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