Bundled-up, bluer-to-black ombré textures wrapped, whirled, and twirled around literal and intense personifications of androgyny at Akiko Ogawa. Carefully constructed squares of fabric portrayed an appearance of three-dimensional silhouettes with nearly all of Ogawa’s jackets, coats, and outerwear. Most looks were finished with black crocodile embossed leather (thin but not skinny) belts that seemingly fitted the dark and moody energy that drowned the, otherwise, bright, white tent. A key Ogawa look included a white to blue to black gradiation dyed wool melton peplum jacket with a tall, sharply folded collar and black wool jersey handkerchief shirt. The weighted-down mood ran parallel to the weighted-down and bulky textured wools, mohair, and twills used by Ogawa, but the intensely structured, yet innovative, necklines uplifted the ensembles, giving the “Akiko Ogawa woman” a sense of edgy strength.