Glossed In Space

If we're lucky, and global warming, nuclear war, and the like don't destroy the world in the next five years, then we can start planning our outfits
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If we're lucky, and global warming, nuclear war, and the like don't destroy the world in the next five years, then we can start planning our outfits

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If we're lucky, and global warming, nuclear war, and the like don't destroy the world in the next five years, then we can start planning our outfits for the future. Bubbly Judy Jetson suits are one option, but we're more excited about the futuristic designs from Japanese designer Mikio Sakabe's fall collection. Holographic patterns, pixelated designs, and hyperreal imagery adorn Sakabe's imaginative, yet wearable, women's collection. Based in Tokyo and trained at Belgium's prestigious Hogeschool Antwerpen, Sakabe brings a dedication to the craft of tailoring and an artist's eye for color and shape to her work. Sakabe's been picking up awards all over Europe, including the special jury prize at Italy's Trieste ITS 5, so it's safe to say that we're sure to hear more about this inspiring designer. --ALISON COOL

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