Michiko Koshino arrived in London with no connections and without speaking a word of English. Despite the challenges, she was determined to establish herself in the city's fashion scene.


Establishing MK company in London


The Inflatable Collection is being presented in London, during the London Fashion Week SS 1987

1986 marked the birth of Michiko London Koshino label


Michiko’s brand organise in Japan the largest fashion show to date, the Street Junction, which spanned over two days and attracted a staggering 50,000 attendees. Same year Michiko introduce In London Fashion Week, Michiko London Koshino label.

Michiko Koshino expanded her fashion labels by launching her Motorking menswear line. The line was inspired by the bike culture, a passion that Michiko had developed since she moved to London


The doors of the well-known Neil Street store were opened, featuring a DJ booth where various DJs played their music. Moreover, the store's interior was recognized and awarded the prestigious "Blueprint Award".


Michiko's presented the Auto Couture Ss 1991 collection in the 1990. This logo is a testament to how Michiko was ahead of her time. Many commercial brands took inspiration from her ideas and developed them further after her


For Ss 1992 MK’s camo collection marked the first time a fashion show had featured a complete range of military-inspired clothing


Michiko Koshino was selected by the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) to be a part of their Historical Street Style Designer collection.


Yen Jeans made its debut at the London Fashion Week, marking the brand's first presentation at the prestigious event.

Michiko Koshino F/W 1996


Millennium dress made its debut at London Fashion Week and is widely regarded as the first puffy jacket with a contemporary aesthetic, a style that is popular today.

An innovative and avant-garde concept involves combining a skirt and trousers into a single piece. S/S 99


The double-base pants debuted at London Fashion Week and quickly became a sensation, inspiring many other designers to replicate the design. A/W 01-02


A funky special edition version of Fiat Auto's Seicento city car, called Seicento 2Tone, featuring fashion connections, metallic paint combinations and matching colour co-ordinated interiors, design by Michiko Koshino

David Beckham wears YEN Jeans on UK GQ cover


YEN Jeans is considered one of the most innovative and avant-garde denim brands of its time. Known for its experimental designs and unconventional use of denim.


Spring / Summer 2005 London Fashion Week


Michiko played a key role in reintroducing the inflatable trend into fashion, which sparked a wave of imitation as the concept became increasingly popular.


Michiko London Koshino celebrates 30th anniversary in Tokyo and Osaka.


Collabo with Smiley for the Summer of Love annivarsary


Eytys collaboration FW 2019


Ye flies to London to meet MK and plan a collection alongside his Yeezy/ Gap collaboration

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