At the Julius show, Japanese designer Tatsuro Horikawa sticked to his guns and presented a clean, urban and gothic collection utilizing mostly blacks and whites. There were some unexpected tie-dye prints combined with the usual solid monochromatic colors. The models looking like modern zombies on speed marched synchronically while the music was blasting like there's no tomorrow. They had this odd-looking heavy white paint on their foreheads that I would love to sport next Halloween to augment my cool factor to the next level. Aside from the gorgeous garments, I couldn't help but stare at those to-die-for statement oversized sunnies perfect for those long sleepless nights.