Limi Feu

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Limi Feu (リミフゥ) is a Japanese fashion brand created by Yohji Yamamoto's daughter, Limi. Her monochromatic multi-layered designs have a punk rock / tough girl aesthetic, pairing blousy pants with military-style boots. Her runway models sport tattoos and punky hairdos to complete the look. She designs for Japanese women, and her runway models are usually from Tokyo.

Though critics often point out the similarities between Limi's work and that of her father (similar color palettes, asymmetrical hemming), Limi has stated in interviews that she designs women's clothing for real woman as a woman, while her father designs for the ideal woman.

Limi Feu also designs for children under the label Limi Feu Prankster.

Limi Feu History

The label began in 2000. Between 2000 and 2007, she showcased her designs only in Japan, usually at Tokyo Fashion Week. In 2007, she made her international debut at Paris Fashion Week, showing her Spring 2008 collection. She has since shown her Fall 2008 collection in Paris. Both shows were met with favorable critical reviews.

Limi Feu Shops

  • Limi Feu Daikanyama
    • 1F 7-4 Daikanyama-cho,
    • Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0034
    • Phone: 03-3463-6324
  • LIMI feu Harajuku
    • 1F 6-6-11 Jingumae
    • Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
    • Phone: 03-5464-1752

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