Onitsuka Tiger present a collection Spring/Summer 2023 during Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday 21 September 2022 (21:00 Milan time) under the direction of Creative Director Andrea Pompilio. It’s the fourth time the brand has attended Milan Fashion Week since the season’s debut. Autumn/Winter 2021
The theme of this collection is Japanese minimalism. This collection represents the pinnacle of beauty through an aesthetic of subtraction that removes the unnecessary. Pompilio elevates the brand’s sporty spirit and transcends boundaries. It reinterprets it with a predominantly Red-to-Wear: the spirit of the metropolis remains the same. But the use of fabrics and complex structures were added.
This collection is defined with details that transform ordinary clothes into designs. All clothes are made in Japan. With fluid silhouettes yet with dynamism and attention to detail. Starting with the logo embroidered with zigzag stitch. as well as the decoration of the hem The shape of the body was the focal point of creative development and was redesigned with structures borrowed from Japanese culture. Turning an oversized Georgia T-shirt into a embossed shirt. or a skirt made of Japanese nylon with pleated pleats reminiscent of the Kyudo archer’s uniform hakama pants. The shape of the kimono is seen throughout the collection amid the long and wide slits of the women’s sleeves. It’s like fluttering your wings as you move. Or clearly in the form of a beach towel cover decorated with logos. covered on a tank top
As for the knitwear, it has clean lines. And the brand’s signature jumpsuit comes in a curved, extra-wide version. However, the elements of big-city living are also present in the collection’s details, such as the sheer nylon safari dress that can be shortened with a hidden zip. And miniskirts that are as short as hiking pants have been reshaped with large patch pockets on the sides.
Pompilio also focuses on the back of the look. that loses its two-dimensionality to achieve a three-dimensional volume that exceeds expectations: in addition to the rope that helps adjust the silhouette and a dress that can be taken apart with a jacket that can be worn with a cloak borrowed from a trench coat. The designer also introduced a mini dress with a pocket on the back.
for the tones used in this collection Black and white are the primary colors in the narrative of the collection as it progresses. But it is interspersed with the signature yellow and green shiso. Inspired by the bright colors of Japanese basil (shiso leaves)
The shoes and accessories are equally outstanding. The iconic SERRANOTM shoe is decorated with a graphic print reminiscent of tiger scratches and has been refreshed. until the birth of a TIRRACKTM model in this collection, sandalsLeather made in Japan and inspired by seta shoes, the SCLAWTM and SCLAWTM MT models feature driver shoe details. and considered as the new shoe of the season that looks agile, but is highly efficient A baseball cap that combines elements of the sun visor commonly used by Japanese people. with a brim on both the front and back and can be worn on both sides This bowling bag-inspired bag with brand logos and claw stripes is available in three sizes, including a micro.
The special headphones that appear in this collection are headphones from Bang & Olufsen, a global audio equipment manufacturer founded in Denmark in 1957. 1925
When the fashion show is over Numerous international celebrities attended the After Party hosted by DJ Mia Moretti and Chloé Caillet as special performers.