After 15 years at Miharayasuhiro, designer Mihara Yasuhiro’s stated aim was to start with a clean slate for his fall collection, which gleaned inspiration from Ram Dass’ spiritual book “Be Here Now” and hobos of the early 20th century.

 

The styling — layer upon layer of clothing, with a healthy helping of denim — imparted a nomadic impression, while patchwork details with U.S. state names lent to the itinerant theme.

 

Yasuhiro’s collection wasn’t a complete break from his rich past, happily, with paisley details and the splicing together of fabrics among bygone references cropping up again.

 

The designer delivered a collection particularly strong in outerwear and knitwear, such as leather jackets, with one resembling faded denim, and quilted puffers. Sweaters ranged from textured and chunky to fine and distressed.

By  on January 25, 2015

After 15 years at Miharayasuhiro, designer Mihara Yasuhiro’s stated aim was to start with a clean slate for his fall collection, which gleaned inspiration from Ram Dass’ spiritual book “Be Here Now” and hobos of the early 20th century.

 

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