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The Issey Miyake s/s 2012 show opened with spectacular light effects, surely a good start. New head designer Yoshiyuki Miyamae sent a collection down the runway with both a futuristic and athletic feel, in a color scheme of blue, yellow, nude and brown. Although quite far from my personal...

I remember when Issey Miyake L'Eau d'Issey was released in 1993; looking back, I can understand how it was a breath of fresh air (and clean water and a few lotus petals) after the Poison-heavy years of the late 1980s. It didn't suit my own tastes — I was busy trying Jean Paul Gaultier's new...

In my half-Japanese home, it was names like Yamamoto, Kawakubo, Kenzo and Miyake that comprised the familial sartorial shrine, the names of my mother's fashion legends from her faraway homeland. So when I received a ticket to Issey Miyake this season, my first ever from this Japanese guard...

Designer Tokujin Yoshioka celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Issey Miyake Watch Project with the creation of the watch "O". Inspired by water (the French word for water is eau and pronounced as 'o'), the watch embodies an aesthetic that looks to replicate a sculpture of ice. The...

Susan Tabak home The Issey Miyake men's collection was shown in a whitewashed atelier lit by skylights, just inside the arcade surrounding the Place des Vosges. This simple space made a perfect backdrop for clothes that played fast and loose with all the basic menswear conventions–but did so...

two identically dressed models taking to the runway together and dramatically unfurled the envelope sized nylon squares they held, revealing a trench and a shorter jacket which they then put on to the applause of the crowd. These jackets are a good example of the overall goal of the...

Issey Miyake pushed the innovation route, with a new steam stretch fabric. Before the models came on, assistants brought irons on to the catwalk, steaming the hanging dresses into shape. The models then appeared, wearing the dresses in a collection entitled Mineral Miracle. The designer...

No need to tell you this fashion week's leading look is 1950s yacht wear: blue, white and Moët. Yet two shows yesterday offered a radically different way of going on holiday. Issey Miyake: Although the house's new menswear designer hasn't been revealed yet, the collection was nevertheless...

Yoshiyuki Miyamae's Spring 2013 show for Issey Miyake brought us something we haven't seen very much in Paris this week: models smiling. Whether their grins came from the brightly colored and patterned dresses they were wearing or the entertaining zigzag pattern Miyamae asked them to walk in...

The piece gets flat as a pancake, but a gentle tug raises a huge amount of tissue, which becomes, as if by magic, in a sculpture dress. This is the latest creation of the famous Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake: ten basic two-dimensional geometric shapes that turn into structured shirts,...