Ken Okada outfit - The restyle classic shirt in embroidery english by Ken Okada
The embroidery shirt - classic revisited by Ken OKADA When preparing my spring collection, choosing the fabrics, I stopped on the case of the English embroidery. I decided to play with this material and "divert" it by creating models that play on the codes of classical / not classical.
The embroidery anglaise shirt - classic revisited by Ken OKADA
While preparing my spring collection, while choosing the fabrics, I stopped at the lovely fall of the broderie anglaise.
I decided to play with this material and "hijack" it by creating designs that play on the codes of timeless and timeless classic, but also subtle finishes of discreet originality.
How to wear embroidery anglaise
It's easy to "hijack" an embroidery anglaise shirt, to make it more "funky" by adding a few touches of color, a few more vitamin and fruit touches. It's a romantic piece that can be mixed with more rocky accessories, to bring a hint of trend to the look!
The designer's tips
The Margaux shirt
The Margaux shirt, takes a fairly classic shape. It looks like a 50's blouse, but the subtle details like the hidden buttonhole or the asymmetrical ruffle in the back make it original and unconventional.
This is my little "Ken Touch" that makes simple pieces trendy while still being durable and unique!
The Laure shirt
The Laure shirt plays on asymmetry and originality with the button that subtly reveals the back.
His childlike shape and architectural volume make it a unique and very feminine shirt that will make you a fashion icon!