Japanese designer Yasutaka Funakoshi took Tokyo's Fashion Week down the rabbit hole with his gothic take on the children's classic 'Alice in Wonderland'.
Set to dark electronic tunes, Funakoshi's runway show, dubbed 'Alice in Wonderland in Me', saw models strut the catwalk in deep black and red tones and ripped fabrics inspired by the Lewis Carroll book.
Full-sized Mad Hatters, Cheshire Cat clones and table-toting models tested the audience's reaction to Funakoshi's idea of taking Alice into a dark Wonderland.
'They're very different from real clothes and so what I'm making is something where one could walk down the street while wearing a table. I want to do that sort of thing; to sort of see, in some ways, what it'd be like and what people's reactions would be,' Funakoshi told Reuters, clad in his own March Hare garb.
The popular designer began creating gothic-style clothing for his own enjoyment and soon gained a cult following in Japan and on the international fashion stage.
His latest line will vary considerably from the outfits displayed on the catwalk.