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...Michiko Koshino's Autumn/Winter 1995 show was presented at London Fashion Week. Set to a remixed club playlist, the collection was inspired by the Modern Urban city, and experimentally mixed loose fit and colorful street wear with more...
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...Michiko Koshino’s Autumn/Winter 1999 show was presented at London Fashion Week. Deconstruction was a key theme throughout the collection, which began with revealing deconstructed garments in yellow and black, featuring reflective materials...
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...Michiko Koshino’s Spring/Summer 2003 show was presented at London Fashion Week. Koshino adapted to millennial fashions, with a more minimalistic take on sexy sports-based clothing. Her striking designs and clever color and print...
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...Michiko Koshino's Spring/Summer 1989 collection took place at London Fashion Week. The same year Michiko Koshino opened her first store in London and two years after the menswear label ‘Motorking' was launched. Models walked or danced...
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...Michiko Koshino’s Spring/Summer 1998 show of her eponymous brand was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection presented a tribal mixed with grunge inspiration and reflected Koshino’s fascination with urban streets and dance club...
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...Michiko Koshino’s Autumn/Winter 2000 show was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection featured futuristic ruffles on knitwear garments and striking orange and green leather ensembles alongside an influence from traditional Japanese...
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...Michiko Koshino’s Spring/Summer 1988 show was presented at London Fashion Week and showcased both womenswear and menswear. Rather than walking down the catwalk models danced to sixties music. The collection presented 1960’s influences...
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...Michiko Koshino's Spring/Summer 1995 show for her eponymous brand was presented during Paris fashion week. The womenswear and menswear show featured a variety of sportswear in themes titled ‘Motor King’, ‘Street Sports’, ‘New Traditionals’,...
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...A compilation of Michiko Koshino and Betty Jackson's Spring/Summer shows presented at London Fashion Week. Koshino featured unisex wide leg cuffed dark denim jeans with graphic T-shirts and metallic accents. The show was youthful...
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...Michiko Koshino’s designs became associated with the London club scene after gaining notoriety in the early 1990s as a favorite designer of Moby, the Spice Girls, David Bowie and Stella McCartney. Koshino was quick to react to the major...