CREEP by Hiroshi Awai 2011 Fall/Winter Collection

Canadian-based Japanese designer Hiroshi Awai unveils his 2011 fall/winter collection. Taking

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Canadian-based Japanese designer Hiroshi Awai unveils his 2011 fall/winter collection. Taking into consideration themes of workwear with subtle changes in detailing and construction, CREEP by Hiroshi Awai offers a refreshing take on workwear and traditional fashion.

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