15 years after 9/11 struck the world, 9 of the top emerging artists who have reconstructed the styles of New York are invited to
showcase their collections at Lumine 0. These "post 9/11 designers" create as a means to soothe themselves and others from pain.
Art direction by CHRISHABANA. All designers will be flying in to Tokyo for the fashion showcase.
Dates : 2/4/2017 (Sat), 2/5/2017 (Sun)
Time : 11am~7pm (Everyday: creators will be at the event 2pm ~ 4pm)
Address : LUMINE 0, 5 chome 24-55 , Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0051, Japan
URL : http://www.lumine.ne.jp/luminezero/event/
Entrance Fee : Free
Victor Barragán is a fashion designer born in Mexico City and currently based in New York City. Victor’s previous
T-shirt brand YtinifninfinitY started as an exploration of Tumblr and Internet Culture, quickly gaining a cult
following amongst the net community. In order to expand his fashion vocabulary, he founded his brand BARRAGAN in 2014,
which plays with gender and identity politics through clothing, questioning our modern day consumption of fashion, media,
and pop culture.
CHRISHABANA is a jewelry brand based out of the east village in New York City. Since its debut in 2008, the label is
known for taking punk and tribal iconography and refining them into luxe, stream lined pieces. In recent seasons,
Chris has been exploring the idea of softening the pieces with pearl accents. The result is a daring line fit for
boys, girls, and everyone in between.
3. Eckhaus Latta
ECKHAUS LATTA is a bi-coastal fashion label designed and executed by Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta. The Two met while
attending the Rhode Island School of Design, where they studied Sculpture and Textile Design, respectively. Eckhaus
and Latta also have experience in the world of academia, Eckhaus currently teaches fashion design at Parsons the New
School for Design and Latta teaches digital textile methods at the Rhode Island School of Design.
H E I D I L E E is a NYC-based artist and designer whose hats have featured in VOGUE, V, W, Visionaire, Dazed &
Confused, MTV, SHOWstudio, NYT, New York Magazine, The Creators Project, etc. H E I D I L E E's work challenges
and summons the viewer on a universal level, as if a mythological mind/storyteller walks among us now.
Homic was established in 2015 by Fashion Institute of Technology graduate Joshua Homic; Having a background in
luxury and “emerging designer” markets, Joshua sought to create a “gender fluid identity” not yet captured by his
contemporaries. His references are fueled by fetish culture and its quest for ecstasy, moments of 1980s business
casual aesthetic, and midwestern kitsch.
Raul Lopez previously showed under the Luar Zepol label and fast became one of New York City’s most progressive and
innovative fashion visionaries, known for pushing the boundaries of gender as well as for his role in the founding
of Hood By Air. Now under the Luar label, the debut collection includes menswear, womenswear and accessories.
He continues to present and push totally new perspectives on contemporary fashion.
7. Nhu Duong
Born in Ho Chi Minh City as daughter of a Kung- Fu Master and a tailoress. She Currently lives and works in Berlin.
Participated in exhibitions at Essex street New York, Kunsthalle Zurich, Halle fur Kunst Luneburg, Chicago Art Institute,
Family Business New York, Villa Romana Florence, Freedmann & Fitzpatrick Los Angeles, New Theater Berlin and the Serpentine
Sackler Gallery London.
8. Petra Ptáckova
The world of Petra Ptackova is a place where fairy-tales, sports, and couture handcraft meet. An infinite design; Her garments
are easily convertible from jacket to backpack to trousers. The Czech edition of Forbes Magazine has recognized her as
one of it's ‘30 under 30’ honorees for 2015.
9. Eckhaus Latta
Susan Cianciolo is a multimedia artist and designer who has been working for almost two decades both inside and outside the
fashion system. She was at the forefront of the customizing, deconstructionist movement of the 90s. Cianciolo also showed
her collections internationally in art galleries from Alleged Gallery in New York and Tokyo to the Purple Institute in Paris.