PFW: Issey Miyake Autumn/Winter 2016 Collection

Issey Miyake turned the Palais de Tokyo upside down

Horse riders from Mongolia, nomadic outfits and colourful garments were part of Yusuke Takahashi’s Issey Miyake menswear collection, introduced in the middle of the Palais de Tokyo during the Paris Fashion Week. The designer worked hand-in-hand with artist Kenji Hirasawa to create a “Neonomad” theme that easily follows the Spring/Summer 2016 menswear urban jungle.

At PAUSE, we noticed details and precise embellishments such as the scarves knotted around the waist, subtle buckle belts and eclectic clutch bags. Once again, with another Autumn/Winter collection, Yusuke Takahashi seemed to transform men into neon-coloured animals. As the Japanese designer brought the burgundy back on track, toyed with cool and modern hues of grey and offered one last look at the multicolour palette, the Issey Miyake Autumn/Winter 2016 menswear collection signed another combination between clothing and painting.

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