Sho Iwata and Hiroshi Takizawa’s fall Tiit collection had a decidedly spring-like vibe, with lots of pastel colors and dainty floral prints. The designers also featured knitwear heavily, from diamond-patterned sweaters and checked cardigans to dresses with a semi-sheer bloused top and bouclé knit skirt. Overall, the individual pieces were simple, with a certain girlish charm. Perhaps the strongest indication of the season came from a series of black coats, either double-breasted and body-skimming or trimmed in velour and belted at the waist.

Sho Iwata and Hiroshi Takizawa’s fall Tiit collection had a decidedly spring-like vibe, with lots of pastel colors and dainty floral prints. The designers also featured knitwear heavily, from diamond-patterned sweaters and checked cardigans to dresses with a semi-sheer bloused top and bouclé knit skirt. Overall, the individual pieces were simple, with a certain girlish charm. Perhaps the strongest indication of the season came from a series of black coats, either double-breasted and body-skimming or trimmed in velour and belted at the waist.

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