Tokyo-based designer Yoshio Kubo presented a collection during Paris fashion week that exhibited a bit of a departure from his previous season works. There was a bevy of technical details in the creative’s Fall/Winter 2019 line that signaled a focus on bringing proportions closer to the body while experimenting more on layering and color combinations. Flashes of techwear inspirations, as well as sportswear, are evidenced by the shell fabric outerwear, track tops and loose trousers. There’s also a few tailored pieces such as the blazers that give the range a fine balance, making sure the collective hits all the current trends as a whole. Furthermore, color combinations of pink, bright neon green and red and blue plaids accentuated the designer’s knack for delivering shades that give these more masculine pieces a pop of eye-catching detail.
See the entire collection above and check out Thom Browne’s latest show from backstage from our Paris Fashion Week coverage.