Organza meters and cone-style models: Tomo Koizumi impresses at New York Fashion Week 2020

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In 2019, unexpectedly for everyone, Tokyo designer Tomo Koizumi joined the ranks of non-replaceable participants in New York Fashion Week. He was able to surprise the audience with unusual outfits made of organza. And no, it looked not just like clothes made of hard silk and not even transparent fabric on the naked body of the model. This is a large amount of fabric gathered together to create dresses of an unusual shape, which were introduced by world-famous models such as Bella Hadid, Emily Ratakovsky, Joan Smalls, Gwendoline Christie and others.

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But in 2020, Tomo took a step further, increasing the already huge amount of fabric. Models were dressed in bright dresses to the floor, which hid the shape of the figure and were decorated with bows to match the outfit. Something like a fashionable yeti. In any case, Tomo Koizumi was able to saturate the audience with a new topic for discussion. We can only guess how many meters of fabric and liters of hair spray took to create these images.

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Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

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Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

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Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiodzumi work at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 Tomo Kiozumi works at New York Fashion Week 2020 © gettyimages.com

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