Designing fashion clothing using the concept of pixels and looking through a “computer” screen eye isn’t new but certainly is in fashion. We cannot escape technology in today’s world and so we bring it into every facet of our world. In Japan’s Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2011-2012, the designer Kunihiko Morinaga featured  from the fashion company Anrealage with a collection on low resolution, a statement that looks at our wish for ever clearer images and forces us to take a step back through mosaic type blocks that form patterns like flowers when looking at his line from a greater distance. I especially love the way the designer chose to dress the models with low resolution glasses, a great way to reinforce the metaphor on the runway. And I can’t help but mention the fantastic shoes that went along with the line (the last picture). Genius!

Kunihiko Morinaga

Kunihiko Morinaga

Kunihiko Morinaga

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Hey I'm Jennifer. I'm a traveler, an artist, specifically fiber, a student, a fashion/color enthusiast, and, sadly for you, a rambler. :) This is just me shouting out to the world amongst a whole lot of other noise...

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