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Over the course of his illustrious career, Japanese designer Junya Watanabe has effectively staked his claim as one of menswear’s most respected designers. More often than not, his design has followed a balance between progression and versatility. We’ve seen a number of pieces effortlessly make their way off the runway and into daily wear. His ongoing theme rooted in contrast through materials and patterns is something to be expected with each collection. Spring 2015 took an indigo-heavy route with several patchwork executions applied through casual jackets with much of the pants styled in cuffed fashion.
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