After presenting a work of urban tailoring at Paris Fashion Week in January, Maison Mihara Yasuhiro steps off the catwalk to deploy a streetwear capsule on the streets of Japan featuring oversized, asymmetrical and deconstructed garments in different materials.
The Japanese designer now transcends the menswear sphere to steal the spotlight with a women’s line of oversized, military-inspired silhouettes that perfectly encapsulates the futuristic identity of Japanese fashion.
The collection projects through a lookbook an experimental range of XXL garments such as pink mohair knitted jackets and dollar bill skirts. A whole imaginary in which paneled, pleated and “overwashed” maxi skirts are combined with ripped denim jackets and frayed T-shirts, accompanied by new variations of MMY’s OG Sole Low Top Sneakers.
Within the same series stamped by the Yashurio identity, shaggy wool coats are buttoned at the chest and carry inside-out pockets, lined with gold satin piping exposed at the edges. A high-end streetwear proposal that just closed with a selection of ultra baggy cargo pants that tie at the waist with drawstrings, combined with inverted aviator bombers and double-layered blazers.
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