Hiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi once again drew inspiration from the natural world, with motifs that called to mind snowflakes, waves on water and vegetation. With a light fog hanging over the runway, the colors of the duo’s kimono-inspired cross-front dresses and expertly tailored coats ranged from muted hues of gray, moss green and pale blue to bolder teals, eggplant and royal blue. As always, the silhouettes were simple and conservative, with skirt hems falling below the knee and tops loosely grazing the body. But this season texture played a large role, from warm, substantial tweeds and bouclé to light-reflecting satin and velour. Even sweatshirt fleece and denim made an appearance on full skirts and wide-legged pants.