For his first show during Tokyo fashion week, Takahiro Miyashita turned out an impactful collection of hard-edged black-and-white streetwear complemented by tailoring and outdoor influences. Models — many of their faces almost completely obscured by masks — wore layers of graffiti printed sheer T-shirts, studded shirts, and suits with embroidered sleeves and pant legs. Miyashita designs for men, but his clothes have a unisex appeal to them, as evidenced by the females who shared the runway.

By  on October 16, 2017

For his first show during Tokyo fashion week, Takahiro Miyashita turned out an impactful collection of hard-edged black-and-white streetwear complemented by tailoring and outdoor influences. Models — many of their faces almost completely obscured by masks — wore layers of graffiti printed sheer T-shirts, studded shirts, and suits with embroidered sleeves and pant legs. Miyashita designs for men, but his clothes have a unisex appeal to them, as evidenced by the females who shared the runway.

Takahiromiyashita The Soloist Men's Spring 201832 Photos 

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