Designer Roberto Yoshida turned out a hard-edged spring collection, drawing inspiration from biker culture. Models strutted to loud, pounding music in faded black and blue denim jeans, leather jackets, and fitted button-down shirts in deep blue, green and grey jacquard fabrics. Leopard print also popped up throughout the show on slim cropped trousers, a poncho, a floor-length cape and the backs of blazers, adding a modern, fashion-forward twist. At the end of the show the designer took his bow in a motorcycle racing suit, along with a very young companion.

Designer Roberto Yoshida turned out a hard-edged spring collection, drawing inspiration from biker culture. Models strutted to loud, pounding music in faded black and blue denim jeans, leather jackets, and fitted button-down shirts in deep blue, green and grey jacquard fabrics. Leopard print also popped up throughout the show on slim cropped trousers, a poncho, a floor-length cape and the backs of blazers, adding a modern, fashion-forward twist. At the end of the show the designer took his bow in a motorcycle racing suit, along with a very young companion.

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