Yasutoshi Ezumi’s spring collection showed less experimentation than his previous offerings, with relatively commercial pieces such as shift dresses, pencil skirts and trenchcoats. But the designer added interest with asymmetric hemlines, contrasting panels and his signature draped knits.

Mondrian-esque geometric patterns in clear shades of blue, green and yellow graced wide-legged ankle pants and menswear-inspired shirts, adding a fresh contrast to the many looks in black and white.

Yasutoshi Ezumi’s spring collection showed less experimentation than his previous offerings, with relatively commercial pieces such as shift dresses, pencil skirts and trenchcoats. But the designer added interest with asymmetric hemlines, contrasting panels and his signature draped knits.


Mondrian-esque geometric patterns in clear shades of blue, green and yellow graced wide-legged ankle pants and menswear-inspired shirts, adding a fresh contrast to the many looks in black and white.

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