Hiroaki Sueyasu showed a Kidill collection of streetwear with influences as varied as hunting, formalwear and animation. There were lots of wide, calf-length shorts with crotches so low they sometimes looked like skirts, paired with tuxedo-inspired shirts and hoodies with the sleeves cut just above the elbow. Pants came fuller through the thigh and tapered from the calf down, many in rustic plaids and checks. Outerwear ranged from double-breasted, collarless coats to leather bombers and varsity jackets updated in a long, slim silhouette.

For a bit of humor, a series of brightly colored cartoonlike motifs — including a human heart, wolf and three-eyed chipmunk — were knit into sweaters and appliquéd to T-shirts and the backs of jackets. The show closed with jacket-and-shorts combos in an allover wolf pattern that, from a distance, resembled camouflage.

Hiroaki Sueyasu showed a Kidill collection of streetwear with influences as varied as hunting, formalwear and animation. There were lots of wide, calf-length shorts with crotches so low they sometimes looked like skirts, paired with tuxedo-inspired shirts and hoodies with the sleeves cut just above the elbow. Pants came fuller through the thigh and tapered from the calf down, many in rustic plaids and checks. Outerwear ranged from double-breasted, collarless coats to leather bombers and varsity jackets updated in a long, slim silhouette.

For a bit of humor, a series of brightly colored cartoonlike motifs — including a human heart, wolf and three-eyed chipmunk — were knit into sweaters and appliquéd to T-shirts and the backs of jackets. The show closed with jacket-and-shorts combos in an allover wolf pattern that, from a distance, resembled camouflage.

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