The loose silhouettes and fine fabrics that are a bit raw in appearance performed another wonderful collection for Black Crane. The Fall/Winter 2015 season in the Black Crane’s interpretation is all about everyday essentials in the style of the brand’s recognizable profound and minimal aesthetic. With their vision of style, Black Crane’s designers Momo Suzuki and Alexander Yamaguchi in the past couple of years created the cult label, with a broad base of fans and collections that are sold out in a minute.
The couple’s admiration for ancient Japanese culture and Momo’s background in architecture interlace in the brand’s philosophy resulting in functional and simplified garments that are easy to wear. Momo, who is in charge of the designing process of label, says that the Black Crane clothing reflect the way she lives. “It’s easy, relaxed clothing — almost like a big cloth,” she states. The label takes environmental issues seriously and all the production process including fabric weaving is locally based in Los Angeles.
BLACK CRANE FW15
Momo Suzuki: “Black Crane is a reflection of how I live. It’s super simple and comfortable.
Effortless elegance is my eternal goal for my creation.”