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DressCamp S/S 2010

DressCamp Spring/Summer 2010 Collection

The DressCamp Spring/Summer 2010 Collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Tokyo is a fun collection of clothing for both Women and Men.  The fabrics are bright, visually-active rich patterns mixed with a heavy dose of gold jewelry/accents.  The looks alternate between black with the golden fabric/jewelry accents, and golden fabric with black accents–and, the collection contains rompers, jumpers, skirts, dresses and beachwear separates.

For the men, DressCamp has an interesting take on the Men’s Jacket–both short and long, in both solid black and solid white.  In addition, they have dressed the men in bejeweled leggings.

The silhouette’s for the women are tight in this collection, and many of the looks have exposed midriffs (including a short, beaded dress where the skirt is connected to the top with beads).  For the men, the clothing is more loose-fitting, and there are some unique interpretations for vests and standard jackets.  Overall, this collection is attention-grabbing and fun.

About DressCamp

Toshikazu Iwaya, the founder of DressCamp, graduated from the Bunka Fashion College in Japan in 1995 and joined At One’s, Inc. shortly after in 1996. In 2002, he started the DressCamp label, and by 2005, Iwaya opened the first clothing store.

Over time, DressCamp has earned the reputation for creating glamorous and sexy fashions, and has stores all over Japan, and has expanded to Hong Kong, Taipei and the British Virgin Islands.

Visit the DressCamp Website

To Buy

DressCamp has an excellent online store at their Website. Or, if you happen to be in the Aoyama district of Tokyo, they have this beautiful, little boutique . . . .

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