Takeshi Osumi and Yuichi Yoshii showed a Mr. Gentleman collection full of modern takes on tailored classics worked in fabrics that called to mind the English countryside. Herringbone and checked jackets and coats came layered over button-up shirts and textured cream knits, shown with slim trousers creased down the center. A series of overalls and jumpsuits, in both shorts and pants versions, added a bit of whimsy, while narrow leather pants provided an edge.

Particularly eye-catching were the blazers. One style featured a puffy bodice, another was adorned with a flame motif near the hem.

Takeshi Osumi and Yuichi Yoshii showed a Mr. Gentleman collection full of modern takes on tailored classics worked in fabrics that called to mind the English countryside. Herringbone and checked jackets and coats came layered over button-up shirts and textured cream knits, shown with slim trousers creased down the center. A series of overalls and jumpsuits, in both shorts and pants versions, added a bit of whimsy, while narrow leather pants provided an edge.


Particularly eye-catching were the blazers. One style featured a puffy bodice, another was adorned with a flame motif near the hem.

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