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Bed J.W. Ford Men's Fall 2019

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Featuring an Adidas capsule, Shinpei Yamagishi’s Milan debut, with its hybrids and unique color plays, offered a promising start.

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Bed JW Ford RTW Fall 2017

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Bed J.W. Ford RTW Fall 2017

The designer created a softer, more feminine version of men’s tailoring in mostly muted, solid colors.

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Bed J.W. Ford RTW Spring 2017 Tokyo Fashion Week

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Bed J.W. Ford Men’s Spring 2017

Shinpei Yamagishi focused on “dress jackets,” reimagining the suit jacket in a relaxed, elegant way, for his first collection.

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