Liz Lisa リズリサ showed in both the Nagoya version of the Tokyo Girls Collection （東京ガールズコレクション） (August 1st) and the Tokyo version (October 13th) and both had plenty of lovely things that made me want to buy them. Plus I love how they dressed up the items for a fashion show, but you can see how easily they work for everyday wear.
Liz Lisa – Tokyo Girls Collection in Nagoya
This set is mostly their more Fall-style clothing and most of the pieces are in stores except for the floral coat.
I bought the top that Tsubasa is wearing and the jacket that Loveli (bottom right) is wearing. Both are so cute
Liz Lisa in Tokyo Girls Collection in Tokyo
This is their more recent show and it shows a bit of a turn towards winter with much more coats being offered. Since the Tokyo show is the big one they also brought out more fur and expensive outfits. The pictures below are all from Fashion Press, they did such a wonderful job at taking photos I wish they covered the Nagoya one as well.
So much love of the pieces they showed. I loved most every outfit. Coordinates 3-6 and Tsubasa’s are my favorite.
On a shoe note: I’m curious if they’ll put out the metallic looking flatforms. The fur toed loafers and the metal bow heels should come out soon.
On a side note, how impossibly cute is Triendl Reina トリンドル 玲奈 ? So adorable and only 20 years old working for Vivi.
From this collection Liz Lisa has already put up a few bits for preorder here
This dress worn by the American model “Ashely” above is coming out in Mid-November has already sold out for preorder. Since Christmas is the biggest date night in Japan I’m sure many women are getting it for that reason. The crushed rose skirt is a bit of a mini-trend sweet with Rojita and Dazzlin all doing versions of it.
I’m really lusting after the adult floral print shorts, but waiting until they’re out of preorder so I don’t have to pay for shipping.
I feel this season more than others for Liz Lisa is much more of an as-you-like it brand of styling. You can go girly, preppy, dressy, casual, tailored, loose, fluffy while still being on trend for the season. I think this has brought people back to Liz Lisa, maybe since I came back I’m thinking this, but it seems very styling optional and I’m happy it’s that way.