- Sara Ehlers |
Anrealage just recently debuted in Los Angeles in the form of an art space. The Japanese label is being honored at the concept space Japan House Los Angeles.
The collection is featured at the 6,000 square-foot space as his first own North American exhibition. The Japanese designer's fashion work will be displayed as a gallery, similar to art exhibitions in museums. In choosing the tech-infused brand, Japan House wanted to create a unique event for locals that is reminiscent of Japan culture. “We want people to come here and experience Japan with the five senses,” Japan House president Yuko Kaifu told WWD. Entitled "A Light Un Light," Anrealage will stay at the Los Angeles location through March 23.
The pieces displayed will also allow for visitors to interact with the fashion pieces. In galleries, exhibitions are not always engaging for guest. However, with Anrealage's emphasis on technology, the pieces have elements including reflective fabrics, robotics, and more. The colors of the collection also change when exposed to ultraviolet light, as reported by WWD.