From creating hair looks for the MET gala to getting her 10s in the ballroom scene with the house of Tisci, Tokyo Stylez is doing it all. Including starring in Irregular Exposure’s newest collection. Rooted in community and inclusion, founder and MEFeater’s Beauty of Business alumni, Jessica Williams aims to celebrate pride month artistically and on the ground. The LA-based clothing line recently released the Transitional collection featuring proud trans woman, Tokyo Stylez. A portion of all sales will be donated to Lost N Found Youth, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing safety and shelter to LGBTQIA youth in Atlanta.
Irregular Exposure is socially responsible behind the scenes and in its designs. Their aim as a brand is to make luxury and art wearable. The Transitional collection elevates wardrobe staples to the I.E. standard of head-turning looks. This collection, created with the “radically confident fashion lover” in mind, has cutouts and crops that helps the customer feign fearlessness if they don’t already have it. I.E openly attributes its success to the involvement of their consumers. So, the brand reworked some of its best sellers, blending comfortability and change. The collection plays with monochromatism, staying on trend and true to the brand. There are sets in a color palette of gray, black, white, denim, and yellow for a pop of color.
Check out the collection at www.irregularexposure.com and let us know your favorite look!