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November 15, 2009



The highlight of my visit to Musashino Art University's 80th Anniversary was this stunning fashion show called epa! (Thanks, Tatsu, for the pictures). An incredible amount of fine handwork was involved in the clothes and acccessories, but what struck me most was the energy of the staging and choreography, and the pagan storyline: these reminded me of a design-school graduation collection I saw back in 1984 called "Les Incroyables". It was by a young designer called John Galliano.

Even earlier than that, back in 1954, Musashino art students moved in different ways....


Posted by John Thackara at November 15, 2009 05:02 PM


My pleasure!

I let epa! ppl know about this website.

Posted by: Tatsu at November 16, 2009 03:14 PM

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