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“The collection celebrates lots of the design hallmarks Paul Smith is famous for: a focus on modern tailoring shapes, confident use of bright color, unexpected hand-crafted details and quintessentially British cloth used in a very contemporary way. The world feels like a pretty unstable and unpredictable place right now, so it’s a good time to celebrate our foundations.” — Paul Smith

“Birchbark texture.” — Yusuke Takahashi, designer, Issey Miyake Men

“The theme this season is ‘overprotection.'” — Yosuke Aizawa, designer, White Mountaineering

“A French Manifesto.” — Pierre Mahéo, designer, Officine Generale

“Worlds apart.” — Julien David

“Antique.” — Paul Helbers, designer, Helbers

“After a dinner with friends. The next day when the apartment is still a mess from the night before. Candles are freshly blown out, empty glasses, red wine bottles left on the table.…In the morning around 9 a.m. (morning light), it’s Saturday. Everything is quiet and slow. The main character is waking up and wandering at home.” — Creative team, Etudes

“This autumn-winter 2017, 22/4 seeks a hypnotic monotony, a powerful simplification and elegance with a reduced, almost monochrome color palette based on the shades of earthy colors, such as autumn leaves, mist and wood — inspired by the work of choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Yoann Bourgeois and the legendary Pina Bausch.” — Stephanie Hahn, designer, 22/4 Hommes Femmes

“Dawn.” — Ilan Chetrite, Sandro

“A man must dream a long time in order to act with grandeur, and dreaming is nursed in darkness:’ Jean Genet.” — Luke Meier, designer, OAMC

“Inspired by the challenges of living in a digital and modern world, we explore the beautiful juxtaposition of a world reclaimed by nature.” — Yohji Yamamoto, designer, Y-3

“Multi-identity, Multi-Culture. We are okay to be ourselves. Definition does not exist in people’s life. Let’s go outside with the rising sun by leaving your identity.” — Hiromichi Ochiai, designer, Facetasm

“Inspired this season by the eagle hunters of mongolia, tents, culture, history and their traditional clothing.” — Creative team, Les Benjamins

“Cut up.” — Creative team, Sacai



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