Akira Isogawa, chrysanthemum hand embroidered tulle top & acid washed heavily beaded floral motif skirt with acid washed ribbed raw silk lining. Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Akira Isogawa exhibition.
    Akira Isogawa, drawing. Exihibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Akira Isogawa exhibition.
    Akira Isogawa, red leather chrysanthemum embroidered box jacket, 2000. Exihibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Akira Isogawa exhibition.
    Akira Isogawa, drawing. Exihibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Akira Isogawa exhibition.

Exhibitions

Akira Isogawa

12 Mar 2002 -
9 Apr 2002

RMIT Gallery
Melbourne VIC
Australia

Free

Brian Parkes

Akira Isogawa is one of Australia’s most innovative and renowned fashion designers. He presents his exquisite collection twice a year in Paris and three times a year in Sydney. The collection is distributed in boutiques throughout Europe, the United States and Asia. This exhibition includes a selection of finished garments and a range of objects and materials that give insight into the intimate creative process of Akira Isogawa. The exhibition includes video projections and still images of fashion shows in Sydney and Paris.

 

Originally presented by Sydney Festival and Object – Australian Centre for Craft and Design, the Akira Isogawa exhibition is presented at RMIT Gallery as part of the Melbourne Fashion Festival.