The Japanese are known for their love of layering, but perhaps no Tokyo brand does it better than Matohu, which for fall showed looks that sometimes featured more than six pieces. Designers Hiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi made excellent use of texture and color with featherweight jersey, silky fabrics and sumptuous wools in a palette that combined lemon yellow, teal, sapphire blue and bright aqua with neutral shades of brown, cream and gray. They stuck to their signature silhouettes of long, flowing pieces contrasted with slim leggings and tailored trousers, but mixed things up with large checks and horizontal stripes.

The Japanese are known for their love of layering, but perhaps no Tokyo brand does it better than Matohu, which for fall showed looks that sometimes featured more than six pieces. Designers Hiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi made excellent use of texture and color with featherweight jersey, silky fabrics and sumptuous wools in a palette that combined lemon yellow, teal, sapphire blue and bright aqua with neutral shades of brown, cream and gray. They stuck to their signature silhouettes of long, flowing pieces contrasted with slim leggings and tailored trousers, but mixed things up with large checks and horizontal stripes.

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