Monochrome textures galore at Yoshio Kubo.
Japanese label Yoshio Kubo presented its Autumn/Winter 2017 collection as part of a collective runway show organised by the Italian Fashion Chamber on the final day of Milan Fashion Week and was held at the Armani Theatre.
The collection, which was inspired by bareback bronco-riding, had an overwhelmingly masculine attitude this season, along with a hefty streetwear vibe. Luxed-up banana prints appeared in the form of jacquard inserts on jackets, while horses galloped their way across quilted trousers, slick bombers, scarfs, shirts and T-shirts. The offering was rife with textures, from quilting and ripped holes to slick-as-oil leather and fluid silks – these are clothes you won’t be able to keep your hands off.
See the Yoshio Kubo Autumn/Winter 2017 collection as it appeared on the runway at Milan Fashion Week: