Known for his bold, statement-making clothes, Toshikazu Iwaya delivered a Dresscamp collection that combined baroque, dandy and sporty influences. For women, that meant romantic ruffled blouses, tulle skirts and dresses incorporating floral motifs — either as prints, appliqués or fake-flower trimmings. For men (all of whom sported wispy painted-on mustaches), there were puffer jackets, slim pants, tracksuits and shirts with large, floppy bows.

Many of the prints and patterns were shown for both genders, including baroque swirls, Dalmatian spots and a belt strap motif. Some of the sharper looks included a guy’s parka and matching shorts in orange-and-black swirls and a woman’s majorette-style tartan jacket and miniskirt worn with a heart-printed blouse.