Facetasm is known for its funky collections, and this fall was no exception. Hiromichi Ochiai, who worked for a textile company before launching his line in 2007, used a variety of dramatic, contrasting textures to create intricate, often asymmetric pieces. Suiting fabrics in stripes and solids were pieced together into deconstructed pleated skirts, while nubby sweaters were worked in thick, heavy yarns.

Ruffles, ties, zippers and pleats made appearances on both the men’s and women’s pieces, with colors ranging from grays and blacks to deep blues and bright yellow.

Facetasm is known for its funky collections, and this fall was no exception. Hiromichi Ochiai, who worked for a textile company before launching his line in 2007, used a variety of dramatic, contrasting textures to create intricate, often asymmetric pieces. Suiting fabrics in stripes and solids were pieced together into deconstructed pleated skirts, while nubby sweaters were worked in thick, heavy yarns.


Ruffles, ties, zippers and pleats made appearances on both the men’s and women’s pieces, with colors ranging from grays and blacks to deep blues and bright yellow.

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