Fashion designer Kunihiko Morinaga (born 1980 in Tokyo) is a Waseda University and Vantan Design Academy graduate. In 2003, he launched Anrealage, its name a combination of “A Real, Unreal and Age.” His designs originate in discoveries of easily-overlooked, subtle twists in the fabric of our everyday life that create touches of unreality. Working with the mantra, “God is in the details,” his designs are known for their brightly-colored, finely-detailed patchwork, garments with creative shapes unbeholden to the human body, and garments that actively incorporate technology and innovative techniques.

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 Anrealage - Transphère - Le vêtement réinventé
bilingual edition (English / French)
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
MCJP (Maison de la Culture du Japon à Paris)
Exhibition catalogue dedicated to the meeting of two of the most innovative fashion designers in Japan, Keisuke Kanda and Kunihiko Morinaga.

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