Tailored minimalism has become something of a calling card for Dressedundressed. Again this season, design duo Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato turned out a strong lineup of chic, well-constructed pieces with an androgynous feel to them. Lovers of clean lines and unfussy fashion will rejoice.


Trenchcoats with rough, unfinished edges were staples of the lineup, with variations for women that included a gray style thrown over a bikini top and baggy trousers and a black sleeveless version worn as a belted dress. Other standout looks included a loose long-sleeve top and pants in a fresh-looking perforated white fabric.


For men, Kitazawa and Sato kept things understated with a series of crisp white shirts — including a sleeveless one worn with slim gray trousers — and trenches in black and tan. They added visual interest with a print resembling a paint-splattered grid, which looked best in a blazer-and-shorts set.