Yu Amatsu’s A Degree Fahrenheit collections are always themed around a certain temperature, and often consist of looks in one color. For fall, he used the temperature of 6,000 degrees kelvin, which represents “the unstable state of a cloudy sky during the day, neither sunny nor rainy.”

Starting with black, the designer showed elegant, well-cut pieces that transitioned into muted shades of mint green, blues, grays and ivory. Dresses ranged from knee- to floor-length with slim to full skirts, most cinched at the waist with wide, black leather belts. Details like long, flowing ruffles, attached capes and fur muffs gave the pieces a refined yet modern twist.

For the finale, Amatsu showed a series of identical shirtdresses in a range of tones representing the changes in the sky between sunrise and sunset: from cream and gray to blue and green, ending with yellow, orange and red.

Yu Amatsu’s A Degree Fahrenheit collections are always themed around a certain temperature, and often consist of looks in one color. For fall, he used the temperature of 6,000 degrees kelvin, which represents “the unstable state of a cloudy sky during the day, neither sunny nor rainy.”

Starting with black, the designer showed elegant, well-cut pieces that transitioned into muted shades of mint green, blues, grays and ivory. Dresses ranged from knee- to floor-length with slim to full skirts, most cinched at the waist with wide, black leather belts. Details like long, flowing ruffles, attached capes and fur muffs gave the pieces a refined yet modern twist.

For the finale, Amatsu showed a series of identical shirtdresses in a range of tones representing the changes in the sky between sunrise and sunset: from cream and gray to blue and green, ending with yellow, orange and red.

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