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Brief Published: 26 May 2011

Anrealage Pixelated Fashion


Experimental Japanese fashion house Anrealage conveyed a pixel-patterned theme for its latest Autumn/Winter 2011-12 collection, shown earlier this month at Japan Fashion Week. Comprising shoes and diverse styles of clothing, Anrealage named this collection Low in reference to low resolution, or pixelated, graphics.

Fronted by Japanese fashion designer Kunihiko Morinaga, the range appears relatively conventional from a distance, but on closer inspection reveals unusual, mosaic-like square block prints on diverse fabrics.

In addition to the clothing, the models donned pixel-patterned jewellery, tights, shoes, and accessories. The complementary pumps feature a blocky, cubic heel made of similar materials to the clothing, while translucent eyewear and accessories were composed of individual plastic squares and cubes.

Further images of the range can be found at anrealage.com.