Mihara Yasuhiro is on his way up. His restrained use of military reference and sly fusions of East-meets-West elements looked totally fresh. Suits were relaxed and sober, the flannel pants as easy as sweatpants. The designer morphed aviator-style shearling jackets into terrific ponchos. Even the sharp camouflage tuxedos — cheesy as that might sound — looked cool in the designer’s hands, their shadowy gold and black patterns subtly glinting.

Mihara Yasuhiro is on his way up. His restrained use of military reference and sly fusions of East-meets-West elements looked totally fresh. Suits were relaxed and sober, the flannel pants as easy as sweatpants. The designer morphed aviator-style shearling jackets into terrific ponchos. Even the sharp camouflage tuxedos — cheesy as that might sound — looked cool in the designer’s hands, their shadowy gold and black patterns subtly glinting.

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