With absolute control over what looked to be abstract forms, Teppei Fujita once again usurped pattern-making traditions and clothing conventions, this season transforming straight lines into curves and distorting his designs in new ways in his coed offer.
His unorthodox tailoring featured contrasting piping, asymmetric slits, openings and flaps, off-kilter pockets and lightly curved forms, looking both easy and stiff at once.
Stripes were draped across the body on knit dresses, bending mariner-motifs into new configurations in swerves of blue and white. Other knits had open-work panels traversed by bands of yarn, draped into seemingly deconstructed silhouettes. His contoured prints simultaneously evoked animal, camouflage and topographic motifs, patchworked together on boxy shirting or offered up in plays of transparency as a belted dress or ample coat.