Held in the vintage Tokyo Kinema Club of Uguisudani, the Kidill show was purely enthrancing. It’s with a new, modern perspective of rebels, that the menswear designer Hiroaki Sueyasu presented his latest collection, more creatrive/destructive and madly fascinating than ever.
While the guests were standing in the middle of the venue, as close as possible to the passing models – basically really living the show from the inside -, Kidill offered structured/destructured pieces, designed specifically as to remind everyone that the creator always break every fashion rule.
Seeking more and more refined view in his skater-meets-punk spirit, Hiroaki Sueyasu amazed tonight too, especially with some extremely elaborated patterns in his new youngful and streetwear collection.
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