PARIS, LA #6 SPECIAL TOKYO FASHION
“An Evocation of Japan” is an exhibition held in concordance with the new issue of PARIS, LA that is for the first time a special TOKYO FASHION issue. The choice of the city of Tokyo was stimulated by its geographical context, combined with the radical conceptual dimension of Japanese designers. Dorothée Perret, founder and editor of PARIS, LA, asked long time contributors to create a piece of work. The exhibition gathers a selection of creative friends—artists, poets, stylists, graphic designers—to create an original work that evokes Japan, in the keen spirit of PARIS, LA.
List of contributors:
Lotta Volkova Adam
Pierre François Letué
The exhibition also includes the launch of:
PARIS, LA #6
POSTER 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE. A conversation with Monsieur Issey Miyake on the future of making things. NOTEBOOK L’Empereur Hon-Seki by the French author Pierre Vinclair. ART A man fights, and fights, and then fights some more. Because surrender is death, and death is for pussies. A visual portrait of the artists Gardar Eide Einarsson and Oscar Tuazon by Keiichi Nitta. DESIGN The Joker by Sanghon Kim. FASHION, spring and summer emotions Late in the evening when it gets dark you can fall by Camille Vivier; All the colors make me feel the same about you by Yasunari Kikuma; Long was the year by Anders Edström; special Comme des Garçons I’m not a brunette, I’m a down and dusky blonde by Todd Cole; photographic essay Runaway Boy by Julien David; collages 日本からのご挨拶 by Rosie Roberts. PHOTO A Subjective History of Photography Before and After Literature by the online publication ART iT.