“I don’t look good in clothes with bold prints.” “I don’t wear bright colors because they’re hard to combine with other things.” We hear assumptions like these often, but are people giving up too easily? Aren’t they just missing out on perfect opportunities to be more fashionable? With so many high-end designers releasing myriads of patterns and colors to choose from, there should be something that will suit you. Here we have a checkered pattern jacket from 1999 A/W’s COMME des GARÇONS HOMME PLUS, a bicolor shirt from GUCCI, and orange pants from PRADA. Take more risks. Fashion is meant to be fun and liberating.
From 2005, Takahashi studied under Haruhisa Shirayama, and eventually began his own career as an independent stylist from 2008. Currently belongs to Office Shirayama.
Takahashi’s original styling is highly acclaimed in and outside of Japan, and his work ranges widely from magazines, catalogs, and the Paris Collection. In 2017 A/W, he also launched his own brand R.M GANG.
Direction&Styling_ LAMBDA TAKAHASHI
Photography_ SHUNYA ARAI