Japanese singer-songwriter Misia performed the Japanese national anthem in a voluminous, rainbow-colored gown by designer Tomo Koizumi.
The rainbow coloured hem of the textured gown reminded us of a gently fallen flower-coral at the bottom of a dreamy clear ocean.
The heavily ruffled dress distracted from empty stands and gave us something to chew on.
Misia’s ruffled and padded shoulders seem to swallow her torso and neck, forming a heart shaped silhouette from the side.
We are not a huge fan of the smooth cap coupled jarringly against the all-ruffle dress at the moment, but we will let it settle and revisit our judgement in a few days.
Analyzing fashion and beauty is what we do here at Allura.
Next up to catch our attention is Team France.
I mean, just look at those neat clean lines!
Two famous French sportswear labels teamed up to design Team France’s official uniforms for Tokyo 2020. It’s a collection of athleticwear in the colors of the French flag with Lacoste’s famed alligator logo and Le Coq Sportif’s rooster motif displayed on every piece. These uniforms are sleek, stylish, and comfortable from the top right down to the socks and shoes
The Land Down Under gave us a thrilling get up that injected the opening ceremony with some preppy fun.
We looooove Team Australia’s outfit. Major air steward/ess vibes.
Australia’s iconic fashion and lifestyle brand, Sportscraft, has been selected as the Official Uniform Supplier of the 2020 Australian Olympic Team. Designing both the Opening Ceremony and Formal Uniforms, this will be the seventh time Sportscraft has provided the symbolic apparel for Australia’s most accomplished athletes.