Japanese fashion designer Mikio Sakabe attended the ESMOD school in Paris until 2002 then attended the Hogeschool Antwerpen’s Fashion School in Antwerp, Belgium, graduating in 2006. He immediately began designing his own clothing, showing at the A.F. Vandervost show in Europe. Sakabe’s women’s clothing line is best defined as a hybrid of different archetypes for women, combining the aspects of child-like doll clothing with different aspects of the modern business woman, traditional Japanese women’s clothing and a modern, street wear inspired flair.
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