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Japanese designer Junichi Abe went sleek with a 'new simple' silhouette that is decidedly not minimalist.
Japanese designer Junichi Abe further explores mixing up textures and proportion in his signature way.
Junichi Abe gave preppy pieces a modern edge with a mix of deep colors and contrasting textures.
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The lineup included plenty of options for the evening with fancy accessories and silvery fabrics.
An exercise in minimalism, classic styles dominated: lengthy trenchcoats, traditional wool blazers and…
Junichi Abe sent classics on a spin, layering child-sized clothing on loose, grown-up silhouettes.
Focusing on classics — wool suit jackets and granddad cardigans, Junichi Abe conveyed a Nineties grunge…
Appropriating classics, Abe delivered a crisp and appealing lineup that included a crowd-pleaser of a…
Junichi Abe took his imagination and scissors to wool sweaters, calling the process "destroy and repair."
The signature inventiveness of Junichi Abe, an experienced patternmaker, was in fine form.
Junichi Abe used elements of outdoor technical gearto push the boundaries of what is acceptable.
Junichi Abe described his collection as intentionally "messy," but his interpretation of chaos was of the…
By disrupting the equilibrium, Junichi Abe created a new balance that was far from a banal play on clashing…
Tropical prints, athletic details and feminine materials made for a collection of handsome hybrids.
The collection carried a tongue-in-cheek Ivy League theme.
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