Like a Charlie Chaplin movie come to life in rustic color, Junya Watanabe’s show was a rumpled ode to haute hobo style, complete with prisoner-stripe long johns, bowler hats and models with twitching pencil moustaches.

Boiled wool jackets and coats — patched about the midriff with various English fabrics, their linings occasionally sagging purposely — were the stars of this repetitive collection, paraded to frenetic klezmer music. Underneath came an array of loose and sturdy pants in weathered denim or rugged worker fabrics.

Breaking the monotony were some clever versions of the puffer jacket, including lightly padded trenchcoats and a handsome duffle style in navy wool.

Like a Charlie Chaplin movie come to life in rustic color, Junya Watanabe’s show was a rumpled ode to haute hobo style, complete with prisoner-stripe long johns, bowler hats and models with twitching pencil moustaches.

Boiled wool jackets and coats — patched about the midriff with various English fabrics, their linings occasionally sagging purposely — were the stars of this repetitive collection, paraded to frenetic klezmer music. Underneath came an array of loose and sturdy pants in weathered denim or rugged worker fabrics.

Breaking the monotony were some clever versions of the puffer jacket, including lightly padded trenchcoats and a handsome duffle style in navy wool.

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