Christian Dada is a Parisian-inflected Japanese label established at 2014 by designer Masanori Morikawa who was born in Japan and studied at London. He founded his brand at 2010 and rose rapidly on his path to Paris. He was appointed as stylist for Lady Gaga’s MTV and concert. His design of the origami crane pink outfit for Lady Gaga made a great flutter at the fashion industry. His brand ‘Christian Dada’ comes from his respectful riff Christian Dior and the ‘Dada’ is a reference to his love of the anarchy of Dadaism. He began launching his runway catwalk at Paris Fashion Week and awarded the best new designer at Paris Fashion Week in 2015. He becomes the most popular fashion star and his designs are fascinated by lots of stars such as G Dragon, Big Bang, Super Junior and Kiss.
Christian Dada's Latest Collection: 2017 Spring Summer Collection
Christian Dada emerged the Japanese Shibuya fashion culture with Parisian trends, and formed with his own aesthetics inspired by pop culture such as skateboard sports and punk rock culture. He describes his brand as ‘products out of a touch of adolescence’ and his inspiration comes from various aspects. For example, he uses avant-garde elements in his 2016 Spring Summer Women Collection and was inspired by the photography of Nobuyoshi Araki in his 2016 Fall Winter Collection.
At 2017 Spring Summer Fashion Show
Christian Dada represents the emerging of high fashion and contemporary pop culture. The label carries the properties of young, passionate, unique and comfortable as its features and is been loved by today’s general taste. His line is characterised as couture treatments using quilting, embroidery, luxury fabrics, knits, brocade and velvet.
The 2016 Fall Winter Runway Collection is his first official entering of Paris Fashion Week.
Christian Dada 2016 Fall Winter