Ready-to-Wear Autumn 2020
4 March 2020
The collection had a level of obsessive detail that is, in fact, quite unique in fashion because there is something a little unfathomable about it.
News & Analysis
4 March 2020
4 March 2020 • By Reuters
Menswear - Autumn 2020
20 January 2020
Sartorial hybrids have been Abe’s signature for so long, but here she punched through that logjam of seen-it-all-before to create something tough and topical.
8 October 2019
Chitose Abe’s work has a wilful eroticism that you won’t find anywhere else in Japanese fashion and it was this that ultimately gave her latest collection its groove.
24 June 2019
Chitose Abe’s skill has been to make impossible hybrid irresistible. Here she focused less on contrast than on compatibility, fusing items that fit together rather than fought each other.
5 March 2019
It was the most direct, convincing collection Chitose Abe has shown in a while.
21 January 2019
It wasn’t an epic collection, but the fascination of Sacai endures in its trend-proof oddity and in the secret surprises that are insinuated into its menswear.
16 October 2018
Chitose Abe's career has taken on something of a rhythm: advance one season, consolidate the next. This season followed the pattern, risking what her critics call her formula.
6 March 2018
Chitose Abe elevated her mission of hybridization to new heights, bringing a sly wit that tricked the eye with deliberate mismatches.
22 January 2018
Chitose Abe's ethos has always had an idealistic bent, but this collection's futurist folklore communicated a hopeful unity that goes beyond politics.
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