Kidill took their SS25 collection straight to a chapel and its garden. This season, designer Hiroaki Suesayu wasn’t just looking at trends, he was inspired by people – specifically, the musical duo Ho99o9.

I was impressed by the energy and attitude that emanate from their style,” Suesayu said. Apparently, it’s a first for him to design based on people, but hey, why not? This “Tokyo energy” translates into clothes that mix street style with a sprinkle of that cute Harajuku “Lolita” look.

Think ripped-up vintage tees turned into new pieces, a shoulder bag with both smooth and rough bits, and sharp suit jackets minus the sleeves. Tailored pants keep things classy, while UMBRO jackets and game tees add a sporty touch.

Check it out below: