MIHARAYASUHIRO is known for its dynamic use of textiles in design. Presenting its 2016 fall/winter collection at Paris Fashion Week this past weekend, the Japanese designer once again showcased his masterful control of the medium. Elongated silhouettes played front and center in the show, expertly reworked each time with a variation of materials and stitching. From frayed hems to padded workwear-inspired cuts, the garments seamlessly complemented one another in looks that were both refined and heavily layered. Pieces in the collection also incorporated an array of different graphics, from pop art imagery to late baroque period paintings, juxtaposed against patterns such as plaid and staticky stripes. Despite the wide-ranging assortment of aesthetics, the range as a whole completes a singularly cohesive vision from the designer. Check out the full runway gallery above.