Mitsuru Nishizaki, an alum of Yohji Yamamoto, turned out a collection heavy on well-tailored coats in large checks. He kept his palette fairly neutral for most of the show, adding subtle color accents like melon and robin’s egg blue to jacket lapels.

A jolt of color came via a moody print of tree branches set against a deep blue and turquoise background. It had a fresh appeal on a zippered A-line dress.

Mitsuru Nishizaki, an alum of Yohji Yamamoto, turned out a collection heavy on well-tailored coats in large checks. He kept his palette fairly neutral for most of the show, adding subtle color accents like melon and robin’s egg blue to jacket lapels.

A jolt of color came via a moody print of tree branches set against a deep blue and turquoise background. It had a fresh appeal on a zippered A-line dress.

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