ADEAM's designer Hanako Maeda was influenced by Japanese culture for her fall/winter 2016 collection. She was inspired by Japanese arts, crafts and folklore. What she created was a modern and edgy collection that highlighted her cultural references with eye catching details such as boro patchwork and kumihimo braiding. Most of her offerings this time around were for evening and she really focused on separates more than dresses which is highly unusual now-a-days. So if you are not a dress kind of girl you have plenty of options to choose from. Overall the thing I like the most about ADEAM's offerings this season was how she was able to meld the past with the future so seamlessly.