ROGGYKEI is a fashion brand created by designers Hitoshi KOROGI (born in Kyoto in 1976) and Keiko MIYAKOSHI (born in Kobe in 1980). They started the brand in 2006, with the concept "Clothes as accessories, Accessories as clothes" and are based in Osaka. In 2011 they opened an atelier and gallery shop in Honmachi (Osaka). their usage of vivid colors and metallic materials gave them an innovative modern avant-garde couture style which attracted the attention of people from Japan and overseas. They have also made clothes for many musicians. In spring 2012, they started introducing their work at Paris Fashion Week.

ROGGYKEI is pleased to announce their latest collaboration with London based animation artist and long time collaborator with Red Gallery, Noriko Okaku, for their SS 2014 collection. Okaku has created two characters and a main pattern, which are based on the SS14 theme, Iron. The characters are named as Tetsuo and Tetsuko (Iron boy and Iron girl in Japanese.) The main pattern represents how Tetsuo has been created. Okaku will display a bespoke animation, which refers to the main pattern, along with RGGEYKEI exhibition at Red Gallery Kanteen.

Presenting SS 2014 Collection of ROGGYKEI. Collection based on "Iron Dualism" that are essential to our life. Not just about heaviness, neither about hardness, but about the story of TETSUO and TETSUKO.

SS 2014 of ROGGYKEI   5-7 Oct 2013 / 12:00 - 18:00

5 Oct / opening party / 17:00-22:00

Red Gallery Kantine, 84 - 86 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3JL





Saturday, October 5, 2013 - 12:00 to Monday, October 7, 2013 - 18:00