Yoshio Kubo Brings Chiffon and Fringe for Fall/Winter 2018

As well as parachute inspo.

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Japanese menswear designer Yoshio Kubo returns to Milan with unique outerwear and patterns. While the last season drew heavily on bandana motifs, this year, the artist chose chiffon, fringe and muted floral motifs as dominating themes. As seen on the parachute strap-heavy Tonsure x Woolmark presentation in London, two standout garments are paired with parachute silhouettes. The color palette is kept mostly in beige, black and army green with eye-catching hits of red/orange patterns throughout.

Review the collection above and let us know your thoughts below. Stay up to date with our Milan Fashion Week Men’s Fall/Winter 2018 coverage and don’t miss these Gosha collaborations.

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