The sun was setting over the beach in Ryu Hayama’s spring collection and its color palette that ranged from yellow and red to navy and black.

 

Taking a turn away from last season’s rough-guy aesthetic, Hayama offered up a softer, more-feminine feeling, favoring slouchy silhouettes including
baggy culottes, boxy blazers and oversize bombers.

 

The ring of the sun was used as a detail in scarves and embroideries on the back of souvenir jackets. The lineup took an androgynous turn with silk chiffon see-through robes or T-shirts layered under jackets.

 

This blend of luxe loungewear and gender-bending elements was on trend but steered clear of costumey elements, indicating he has found the balance between what is directional and what is salable.

By  on July 13, 2015

The sun was setting over the beach in Ryu Hayama’s spring collection and its color palette that ranged from yellow and red to navy and black.

 

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