Sunday, May 14, 2006

Introducing Unsung's Newest Young Talent: Miyagi

Check it out. Miyagi's first collection in classic black and white is so technically mature we couldn't believe it was his debut line. His philosophy is mixing sophistication (immaculate tailoring and clean lines) with "cuteness" (faux flower petal adornments), which he believes makes his garments more feminine.

We are enamored of the cropped stretch pants which are like fitted capris, modern knickers, sleek clam-diggers... whatever you want to call them, they are unbelievably modern and girly at the same time. They're made out of a polyurethane blend, so they stretch yet hold their shape much better than other stretch fabrics. The denser fabric also holds you in like a charm, and we love the adorable accordion pockets that make your butt look higher. We've worn them with stiletto sandals, ankle kitten boots, platform wedges...

Miyagi also makes gorgeous, body-skimming blouses with amazing detail, and funky pieces adorned in braided ribbon and even a removable flower brooch.

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