Making his triumphant return to Paris Fashion Week, designer Takahiro Miyashita put on a display of the latest assemblage of evocative wares that make up the forthcoming Spring/Summer 2020 range from TAKAHIROMIYASHITA TheSoloist.
With his last time presenting in the city being in 2009 with his final NUMBER (N)INE collection, Miyashita looked to make a statement with his comeback. Accessories served as a major element of the show, as slim looks came down the runway accented by intricate dangling silver-tone necklaces and studded belts riddled with gems. As usual, tailoring filled with details served as the base of the collection.
Maintaining a simple black and white color scheme, traditional tailoring dressed in a contrast-focused all over text print served as a lead into more themed garments. A Napoleonic theme was present throughout the range expressed via the interesting interlaced collars on shirting, high-waisted trousers and calf cuffs. More obvious homages came in the form of hussar military pelisse jackets marked with gold trim and matching exaggerated buttons.
Check out TAKAHIROMIYASHITA TheSoloist.’s SS20 runway presentation above and stay tuned for all our coverage of Paris Fashion Week.
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