With his latest collection, Japanese designer Mihara Yasuhiro brings icons of Japanese cultural history to street-level. By incorporating hemp into this season’s clothing, the Nagasaki-native re-contextualizes a historical fabric used since Japan’s Jomon Period millennia ago. The “Sharaku” motif is also referenced throughout the whole collection via Illustrator Yuta Okuda, who brings a pointilized effect to the traditional Ukiyo-e woodblock print on numerous pieces. Peruse through the runway shots above for standout items, including hemp robes and heavy-duty chain accessories.
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