Print techniques, from batik and tie-dye to Japan’s traditional itajime method, were the focal point of Yusuke Takahashi’s vibrant first collection as head of men’s wear at Issey Miyake. They were used to create Mondrian-esque squares on a traditional suit, and a Jackson Pollock-style splatter effect on oversized coats and shirts.

Print techniques, from batik and tie-dye to Japan's traditional itajime method, were the focal point of Yusuke Takahashi's vibrant first collection as head of men's wear at Issey Miyake. They were used to create Mondrian-esque squares on a traditional suit, and a Jackson Pollock-style splatter effect on oversized coats and shirts.

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