Men's Spring Collections 2015

Miharayasuhiro

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Miharayasuhiro Men's RTW Spring 2015

Miharayasuhiro Mens RTW Spring 2015

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Miharayasuhiro Men's RTW Spring 2015

Though it nodded to the past, the designer's collection felt fresh and inventive.

Mihara Yasuhiro spliced together fabrics and references from previous collections — a meditation on the memory of Bryan McMahon, the British fashion editor who styled his collections and died late last year.

That translated into items like a pair of trousers that were jeans in the front and black cargo pants in the back, or a coat that was a composite of a blouson, a denim shirt and a khaki parka. Textiles included a specially developed double-layered jacquard with a plain upper layer distressed to reveal a paisley motif underneath.

Paisley — a favorite of McMahon’s — was a recurring theme throughout. It was juxtaposed with leopard on varsity-style sweaters and shorts, with the two patterns merging on an abstract animal print.

Though it nodded to the past, the collection felt fresh and inventive.

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