True to its name, Noir Fr’s fall collection was not a riotous explosion of color. This show was about black clothes — a lot of black clothes. While monochromatic collections risk monotony, you can’t argue with the fact that there is a reason a lot of stylish people like to wear black: It just tends to look good on people.

 

Syota Masuda turned out a slew of dark garments with silver-foil accents — such as rings encircling the legs of a guy’s skinny pants or a wide strip running down the back of a girl’s turtleneck dress. A few pairs of men’s slim silver-lamé pants punctuated the lineup. There were also some strong outerwear pieces, including variations on the parka for both genders and a man’s coat with leather pockets and shoulder detailing. Masuda said he aimed to create the types of clothes that a ninja would wear, now or in the future. There were plenty of cool pieces to appeal to both mercenary and nonmercenary alike.

 

By  on March 20, 2015

True to its name, Noir Fr’s fall collection was not a riotous explosion of color. This show was about black clothes — a lot of black clothes. While monochromatic collections risk monotony, you can’t argue with the fact that there is a reason a lot of stylish people like to wear black: It just tends to look good on people.

 

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