The Japanese designer Tomo Koizumi saw his success grow exponentially and within a few months he went from presenting his vaporous creations at the Coconogacco school in Tokyo (where Sara Sozzani Maino met him for the first time in 2018) to parading during the New York Fashion Week in the store of Marc Jacobs. His style is immediately recognizable given the use of accumulated ruffles through which real wearable sculptures are created, also characterized by bright colors and chromatic scales that make each garment absolutely unmistakable. Koizumi’s incredible creativity was also confirmed recently with the LVMH award 2020 which he received together with all the finalists of this unusual edition, during which the designers involved were supported with the equal distribution of the prize, in consideration of the complex health situation.
During the last Milan Fashion Week the Japanese designer presented his capsule collection in collaboration with Pucci, the result of the perfect blend of the iconic colors of the Florentine brand with the three-dimensional structures of Tomo Koizumi. Ethereal and, at the same time, imposing garments make up a collection that renews the traditional prints created by Emilio Pucci.
Now the Tomo Koizumi collection for Pucci is on sale exclusively for 2 weeks from February 21, 2021 on NET-A-PORTER.
You can find out more in the video interview to Tomo Koizumi published on the digital platform The World of Vogue Talents.
Tomo Koizumi Spring Summer 2021