Tokyo Runway, Japan’s leading business to consumer fashion event, debuts at New York Fashion Week with a new concept TOKYO RUNWAY meets NEW YORK on Thursday, February 19th, 11:00am at the Salon, Lincoln Center. A platform for international media and trade exposure, the fashion show will present a range of leading Japanese design talent. To realize this vision, TOKYO RUNWAY meets NEW YORK works closely with the Japan Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) Startup and New Business Promotion Division Small and Medium Enterprise Agency and the Japan Fashion Week Organization

By featuring seven Japanese labels ranging from fast fashion to luxury to street designs, the show aims to inject energy into the Japanese market and generate international interest in it. The Fall 2015 roster includes: clean, contemporary clothing from AULA; layered and textured designs from Double Standard Clothing; the bold colors and couture inspired clothes from DRESSCAMP; neo-grunge looks from Fig & Viper; feminine designs from Han Anh Soon; exclusive designs by mastermind feat for A-GIRL’S and the whimsical world of Riccimie New York. The collections will be available to trade on exhibited at 73 Spring Street on February, 20th - February 25th(closed Saturday and Sunday.)

Founded in 2002, Tokyo Runway is a business to consumer fashion event that attracted over 30,000 attendees last year at its bi-annual runway shows in Japan. For New York, the show will present to journalists and retailers. 


TOKYO RUNWAY MEETS NEW YORK: Runway Video (Fall 2015)
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