Every season, Japanese born Tadashi Shoji creates an evening wear collection that is a style force to be reckoned with. Shoji began his career in the arts with an apprenticeship with one of Japan's leading modern artist. It took a move to Los Angeles during the 60s to awaken his love of fashion and breathe life into a career that changed the industry. He worked with famed costume designer Bill Whitten and created designs for Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Neil Diamond, The Jacksons, and Earth, Wind, & Fire.
In 1982, Shoji opened his LA-based fashion house that answered the need for special occasion gowns and began selling to world renowned department stores and boutiques. In 2007, Tadashi Shoji Signature Collection was launched with one of a kind, high end pieces. Today, Tadashi Shoji continues to create awe-inspiring occasion pieces that help produce the perfect evening.
Love the dress... It was exactly what I had expected.
black jersey knit shirred bead embellished gown
Beautiful and elegant
July 25, 2013
This is a gorgeous dress. It's a very silky smooth fabric and drapes beautifully. It will be perfect for travel; it arrived wound up in a small box (something seems to have happened in transit, because Bluefly always packages stuff perfectly) and it looked perfect - no wrinkles at all. I'm getting it hemmed a couple of inches because I'm only 5'5'' and it's too long, but I expected that. Highly recommend!
navy shirred jersey knit sequined sheer overlaid dress
July 23, 2013
This dress is beautiful. It is true to size and fits like a glove. I can not wait to wear it. My husband loves it.This dress is timeless. I love Tadsahi!
plum jersey knit sequin embellished sheer overlaid gown
July 21, 2013
Beautiful dress and the quality was outstanding! However, I had a choice of 2 dresses and the other won out. Beautiful color and quality fabric and the fit was beautiful.
navy and nude cap sleeve chiffon sequin gown
poor quality fabric, not authentic soutache
September 24, 2013
Did not like any part of this dress. Poor quality, a yard too long sending it back.