Some might call them fancy pajamas, but we're just going to christen Tsumori Chisato's magical sleepytime-inspired ensembles dreamwear. Chisato got her start back in the '70s, as a designer for Issey Miyake and set up her own line in 1990. She has been a flag-waving ambassador of prints since the beginning, and somehow manages to bring grown ass women of all nations to their knees with intensely girlie fairytale dresses and candy-strip miniskirts. A few seasons ago, we asked the Japanese designer for an interview—sadly she declined. No love lost though Tsumori, since if we pop enough Ambien this season, we might just sleep through enough meals to afford your lovely jim jams come the spring.
Tsumori Chisato Makes Dream Pants For Spring 2010
October 12, 2009