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MIHARAYASUHIRO 2014 Spring Collection

MIHARAYASUHIRO may have been inspired by the yakuza last season but for spring, the designer referenced a more mainstream — and legal — segment of Japanese culture. The print-heavy, manga-influenced collection featured feather and bonsai-like motifs on everything from lightweight suiting to knitwear and tees. Like the best shows this season, there was a healthy mix of tailored silhouettes and relaxed sportswear, highlighted by manga-inspired grooming and a case of the blues.

Author: Jonathan Poh
Date: Jun 30, 2013  /  Views: 2654
Category: Style  /  Tags: Fashion, Miharayasuhiro