Tokyo Fashion Week Runway Review: Adeam

The Spring/ Summer 2013 fashion show was composed of 40 womenswear pieces.

Designer Hanako Maeda combined her knowledge of art with modern design and Japanese traditions. This was the first Tokyo Fashion Week for the fashion brand. Highlight trends included: shirtdresses, jumpers, and tunics, with sequins embellishing select runway looks. The color palette: royal blue, gray, turquoise, black, bright chartreuse and white. The ready-to-wear line is very wearable, and perfect for markets such as Miami, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles and Manhattan.

 

Photography credit: WWD/ Onnie Koski

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