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Main message: Designer Junnosuke Watanabe has a diverse background, having studied political science and economics at Waseda University and performed as a member of a Japanese music group. For his first runway show, he played on his unusual brand name and turned out a hospital-themed collection, even sending out models in mint green gowns and scrub suits. There were also T-shirts and sweatshirts with slogans such as “Touch me, I’m heavy sick” and “Medical play.” He filled out the offering with a series of shorts and jackets in red plaid, leopard print and ath-leisure fabrics.
The result: Despite some odd English phrases, the clothes were pedestrian and showed Watanabe’s inexperience, although he’ll likely find customers among his fans. But it’s not clear that he needed a runway show to do it.

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“I [want] to educate, to move and inspire. I want people to feel … to empathize,” he told The Huffington Post. “Cancer touches so many of us.” 

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Houser told HuffPost that the project began when he was photographing a woman and noticed a scar on her.  When he asked her about it, she revealed that she was about to undergo chemotherapy and was going to lose her hair. He offered to take her picture during the treatment process and while she didn’t take him up on it then, she called him years later about the offer. 

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From there the project grew.

House told HuffPost the most surprising part of the experience has been the effect the project has had on his subjects. 

“I was shocked at how beneficial the experience of being photographed was for the subject. That was incredibly moving for me to hear them say things like, ‘this was a turning point for me,’ or …’thank you for seeing me and not my disease,'” he told HuffPost. “If no one else came to see my exhibit but those of whom I’ve shot, I would be happy. Because it meant so much to them.” 

See more portraits from Facing Chemo and Facing Chemo Before & After below:


To learn more about Facing Chemo, visit the project’s Facebook page here.  


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