Japan-based Yukari Suda instilled a sense of calm and tranquility via her Pas de Calais fall collection. Inspired by the French region’s foggy, cloudy skies, the lineup featured duster coats and jackets in a linen that, when boiled, took on a puffy and rippled texture, to rustic effect. At first sight, the collection seemed perfectly subtle, even minimal, but a closer look revealed carefully thought out details and craft techniques, mostly of Japanese tradition, such as sand and ink dying.

Outerwear seemed a primary focus, with offerings varied both in materials and attention to detail: A beautiful soft cashmere robe, a gray wool cocoon coat (also shown in alpaca) and an impressive rabbit-fur jacket, which reversed into a rugged hunter-green jacket, were all paired up monochromatically with barely there linen trousers or dresses.

By  on February 12, 2015

Japan-based Yukari Suda instilled a sense of calm and tranquility viaher Pas de Calais fall collection. Inspired by the French region’sfoggy, cloudy skies, the lineup featured duster coats and jackets in alinen that, when boiled, took on a puffy and rippled texture, to rusticeffect. At first sight, the collection seemed perfectly subtle, evenminimal, but a closer look revealed carefully thought out details andcraft techniques, mostly of Japanese tradition, such as sand and inkdying.

Outerwear seemed a primary focus, with offerings variedboth in materials and attention to detail: A beautiful soft cashmererobe, a gray wool cocoon coat (also shown in alpaca) and an impressiverabbit-fur jacket, which reversed into a rugged hunter-green jacket,were all paired up monochromatically with barely there linen trousers ordresses.

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