(From left to right: Ann Demeulemeester , Junya Watanabe , Haider Ackermann , Yohji Yamamoto , Issey Miyake, and Jean Paul Gaultier) The hair in Paris was big. Not 80s big, but sculptural and dramatic. Ann Demeulemeester and Junya Watanabe went tall and spiky. Haider Ackermann and Issey...

Congrats Phillip, and BRAVO! In my option one of the best collections yet from Paris. (Now just waiting on my Tim Hamilton to show and I will be complete!) Possibly related posts: (automatically generated) This entry was posted on January 22, 2011 at 11:30 PM and is filed under...

GGY Fashion Show design 2011 On Our Radar: Issey Miyake Spring 2011 Over 140 designers showed resort collections this season In advance of Issey Miyake's Fall 2011 womenswear show, the label announced that said collection would be creative director Dai Fujiwara's last. (They did it in elegant,...

Photos courtesy of H&M A couple weeks ago I previewed H&M's Fall 2011 collection, I know it's hard to think of winter now since it just kinda got warm in NYC but there are some amazing stuff coming soon. First look is the men's lookbook for all my male readers, for fall it's alll about the...

Today we see the whole collection Chanel Pre-Fall 2011, or the collection, which anticipates the real collection to be held in March in Paris, where Karl Lagerfeld will stage the 2011 fall / winter collection 2012. The Chanel Pre-Fall 2011 fashion show in Paris and the French label shows a...

Fall 2011 Men's Collection Definitely among one of my favorite menswear collections that was shown this season in Paris, Junn J. delivered the ultimate in drama and tailoring. One of my absolute favorites were the double sleeve trench coats, and the oversized beret hats. I was also happy to...

PARIS–Bigness isn't a word I use all that often, but it's one of the overarching themes for Fall 2011: exploding shearling, walls of fur, linings upon linings, cable knits on sweaters like ropes on freighters. Korean designer Juun.J has embraced this facet of the season with gusto, adding...

To the End of the World–To say the latest from Issey Miyake was out of this world would be an understatement. For the fall/winter 2013 collection of the label, technical innovation was close to the season's heart with a great deal of texture play. Fusing the eastern-inspired relaxed fit with a...

un moment avec Lee Paris, France Technique is hugely important to the Issey Miyake philosophy. Their signature developments are a source of consistency and pride in the label. Not the least of which is the Issey Miyake pleat, which kicked off the Fall 2012 menswear show with a series of...

Simplicity in Color–First to hit the catwalk for Issey Miyake was a lineup of textured knits and trousers, cut loose with significant pleating. Delivering quite the number of colors against a core grounded in gray, color, texture and shape gave the new collection definition. A combination of...

 

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