Lactose Intoler-Art x YESwave* Live Avant-Garde Dance Performance collaboration インNew York、ラクトスとYESwave*アバーンギャルドダンスパフォーマンスコラボレーション -SASSTHETIC- YESwave* Choreographer: Malik Nashad Sharpe Performers: Stephanie Hewett, Davi Cohen, Shelby Dinslage, Nikki Cella Sound: Cory Neale Costume: Brandon Reierson/LactoseIntolerArt Illustration: Ayaka "EVE" Oguchi This dance was supported by ShuaSpace in Jersey City, and Otion Front Studio in Brooklyn
ハッピーニューズ、です！(Lactose Intoler-Art for Japanese Department Store Parco's "Creator's Mansion" project. English Below) 今日から、”パルコのクリエターズマンション”に、 Lactose Intoler-Artは、スタート、販売します！ たくさん新しいものを作りました！ 時間がありましたら、ぜひぜひ遊びに来てください！今日から７月の９日まで、シブヤパルコの１Fとフクオカのパルコ、です！：）（フクオカは、２０日からです！） よろしくお願いします！ Hey Kidz! Excited to FINALLY announce it! Lactose Intoler-Art will be available at Parco Shibuya and Fukuoka stores as part of a collective group of various designers called "Creator's Mansion." It begins today and will last until July 9th. (Fukuoka will start on the 20th!) This time there are a lot of new pieces-Nearly 100 different items divided between the two shop, including accessories, "remake" limited pieces, printed illustration on layering pieces, and new oversized bottoms and new silhouettes as well. Mixing and mashing up one's style with their own personal interests has always been an exciting element of how I interpret Tokyo Street fashion culture. I encourage those who wear Lactose Intoler-Art to enjoy sharing a bit of their story through mixing their favorite pieces with their own personal style! In the end-fashion is just fashion. So relax a little. Have fun, and keep it Dairy Free, y'all YOROSHIKU----!
Katy had followed my work since watching the mini documentary Tokyofashion.com did of my brand (Which you can see HERE .)
As a designer living and working in Tokyo, NHK suggested that Goto-san, the owner Hayatochiri in Koenji give Katy advice on what to create during the challenge.
Lactose Intoler-Art is also stocked at Hayatochiri, so this section of the episode was themed around Katy's passion for making things happen in Japan, and learning tips of the trade from Goto-san and I.
Overall, I was thrilled to get to be a part of it!
If you're ever in Tokyo, be sure to stop by and see Goto-san's shop and say "hi!"
*Best of luck Katy in all that you do! I know you have the potential to go very far! Keep up the creativity!