Mihara Yasuhiro spliced together fabrics and references from previous collections — a meditation on the memory of Bryan McMahon, the British fashion editor who styled his collections and died late last year.

That translated into items like a pair of trousers that were jeans in the front and black cargo pants in the back, or a coat that was a composite of a blouson, a denim shirt and a khaki parka. Textiles included a specially developed double-layered jacquard with a plain upper layer distressed to reveal a paisley motif underneath.

Paisley — a favorite of McMahon’s — was a recurring theme throughout. It was juxtaposed with leopard on varsity-style sweaters and shorts, with the two patterns merging on an abstract animal print.

Though it nodded to the past, the collection felt fresh and inventive.

Mihara Yasuhiro spliced together fabrics and references from previous collections — a meditation on the memory of Bryan McMahon, the British fashion editor who styled his collections and died late last year.

That translated into items like a pair of trousers that were jeans in the front and black cargo pants in the back, or a coat that was a composite of a blouson, a denim shirt and a khaki parka. Textiles included a specially developed double-layered jacquard with a plain upper layer distressed to reveal a paisley motif underneath.

Paisley — a favorite of McMahon’s — was a recurring theme throughout. It was juxtaposed with leopard on varsity-style sweaters and shorts, with the two patterns merging on an abstract animal print.

Though it nodded to the past, the collection felt fresh and inventive.

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