Mihara Yasuhiro fused Mod elements with Japanese tradition in a collection strong on outerwear, such as coats embellished with sturdy utilitarian patch pockets, alongside gray sweatshirts with inky calligraphic motifs inspired by 18th century artist Itō Jakuchū. The footwear was inventive, particularly distressed silver-painted lace-up brogues and black suede boots with rubberized paint-splatter effects. The chaotic presentation drove away many guests, some having seen only a handful of looks.

Mihara Yasuhiro fused Mod elements with Japanese tradition in a collection strong on outerwear, such as coats embellished with sturdy utilitarian patch pockets, alongside gray sweatshirts with inky calligraphic motifs inspired by 18th century artist Itō Jakuchū. The footwear was inventive, particularly distressed silver-painted lace-up brogues and black suede boots with rubberized paint-splatter effects. The chaotic presentation drove away many guests, some having seen only a handful of looks.

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