Maison Mihara Yasuhiro Womenswear FW23 Brings Exaggerated Silhouettes to Japanese Streets
Reflecting the rebellious nature of fashion-forward youngsters.
Following his jokingly serious runway at Paris Fashion Week in January, Maison Mihara Yasuhiro returns with more oversized garments to feast your eyes upon. The Japanese designer has become synonymous with jaw-dropping attire that steals the show, jumping into his womenswear line with more military-inspired outlandish silhouettes.
Maison Mihara Yasuhiro perfectly encapsulates the futuristic identity of Japanese fashion, presenting its Fall/Winter 2023 womenswear collection on local grounds. The offering reflects the rebellious nature of fashion-forward youngsters, dominated by bold outlines and unconventional styling.
The collection serves up an experimental range of female-focused garments, led by gigantic pink mohair cardigans and $1 USD bill skirts. Paneled, pleated, and overwashed maxi skirts are matched with destroyed denim jackets and outworn T-shirts, accompanied by new variations of MMY’s OG Sole Low Top Sneakers.
Furry wool coats receive chest buttons and inside-out pocket detailing, lined with golden satin trimmings exposed along the edges. Ultra-slouchy cargo pants are tied at the waist with shoelaces, following reversed aviator bombers and double-layered blazers stolen from your dad’s closet.
Take a closer look at Maison Mihara Yasuhiro FW23 womenswear collection above.
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