Many designers take risks with their fashions, but Tatsuro Horikawa is really pushing the envelope with his JULIUS Spring/Summer 2016 collection. The brand, known for its streamlined tech goth aesthetic, draws inspiration from traditional shaman garb to update its new line.
In a show titled sefiroth, Horikawa and British art director Harris Elliot transformed the catwalk into a ritualistic ceremony driven by music and innovative designs that featured flowing garments, distressed fabrics, and asymmetric construction.
Watch this video to see some behind the scenes footage as well as the spectacular designs inspired by the Horikawa’s global travels.
The JULIUS Spring/Summer 2016 collection is now available in select retailers.
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