Former Y’s Red Label designer Michiko Suzuki staged her spring fashion show for her line, which bears a slightly awkward name of musical origins, in a church. Accompanied by live, hymn-like piano music, models were decked out in loose, asymmetrical pieces that were a nod to the designer’s roots with Yohji Yamamoto, who himself sat second row at the show. The majority of the collection was rendered in neutral black and white, with the only shots of color coming from rugby-striped tops and skirts that looked like they had been made from recycled American flags. Black lace details were present throughout, showing up as accents on skirts, in delicate shawls tied at the neck, and on a men’s vest worn between the relaxed jacket and pants of an updated tuxedo.

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