MBFW Tokyo Runway Meets New York Fall 2015 Show

By Maria Esteves
Maria Esteves
Maria Esteves
Maria Esteves pursued her passion as a photographer and writer in the arts in the aftermath of 9/11. It has led to cover interviews, awards ceremonies, film reviews, celebrity photos and videos in fashion, film, music and technology. This native New Yorker has spoken with Award-winning recording artists such as Randy Jones to filmmakers like Greg Pak and Todd Haynes, Academy Award-winners Murray Lerner, to fashion designer Mara Hoffman, and actresses such as Celia Weston.
February 24, 2015 Updated: April 23, 2016

TOKYO RUNWAY meets NEW YORK show debuted at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Lincoln Center, Thursday, February 19, 2015. Creative and performing artist Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, fashion designer Nick Wooster, Malaysian Australian recording artist Che’Nelle, actress Di Quon, Grown Ups, recording artists Liv Nervo and Miriam Nervo attended the show.

The seven Japanese designers that showcased their collection on the runway included a long skirt, mini shorts in gold glitter with long black imitation leather jacket by Alisa Ueno of FIG&VIPER; black/red dress accessorized with a black leather bag by Nicole Miller for  Riccimie NEW YORK; silk blouse, wool cropped pants and long vest with tricolor fur coat by Yukimi Kawashima of AULA; cashmere sweater in red and tweed pant by Masahisa Takino of DOUBLE STANDARD CLOTHING #NERO; one-piece dress in metallic gold with blue tweed coat by HAN AHN SOON; shoulder dress in black, ivory hat and black boots by Toshikazu Iwaya of DRESSCAMP; and pinstriped double-breasted suit, shirt and tie in black by creative director Masaaki Homma of mastermind feat. A-GIRL’S.

 

Maria Esteves pursued her passion as a photographer and writer in the arts in the aftermath of 9/11. It has led to cover interviews, awards ceremonies, film reviews, celebrity photos and videos in fashion, film, music and technology. This native New Yorker has spoken with Award-winning recording artists such as Randy Jones to filmmakers like Greg Pak and Todd Haynes, Academy Award-winners Murray Lerner, to fashion designer Mara Hoffman, and actresses such as Celia Weston.