Junya Watanabe has hit the Paris Fashion Week Men’s Spring/Summer 2020 runway with his latest pieces for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2020 season, showcasing a myriad of collaborations and standout pieces.
The COMME des GARÇONS protégé delivers plenty of workwear and formalwear-inspired looks for SS20. The Japanese designer’s pieces include garment making techniques such as patchworks and top-stitching, seen on a variety of jacket styles.
For SS20, Watanabe works with a wide range of collaborators covering everything from fashion labels — Levi’s, Carhartt and New Balance — as well as London-based restaurant St. John, publications Civilization and Real Review, and even the Amsterdam Tulip Museum. Standout pieces from his Paris runway include the newspaper-print Civilization blazer, the black, grey and paisley patchwork blazer, as well as the selection of color-blocked trench coats.
Other notable mentions include the collaboration with St. John — the restaurant and winery chain headed by British chef Fergus Henderson — featuring the restaurant’s pig logo appear on a white chore coat and a tote bag. Standout pieces from the Carhartt collaboration include a blazer which features a repurposed Dearborn Canvas work vest, as well as the selection of Carhartt camouflage-printed pieces.
Rounding off Junya’s Paris Fashion Week Men’s SS20 show is a selection of New Balance offerings. The designer showcased collaborative silhouettes such as the 520 and a cream, white and blue pair of CT400s. Take a look at the entire SS20 collection in the gallery above.
For more Paris Fashion Week Men’s SS20 content, check out HYPEBEAST’s roundup of this season’s best street style.