Keisuke Yoshida put his own spin on Seventies-inspired staples such as bell-bottoms, blouses with tiny, allover floral prints, and striped tracksuits. He showed jumpsuits with multiple cutouts in the front and up both sides, sometimes tied together with strips of fabric and sometimes left open. There were more conservative looks, too — such as a black-and-white pencil skirt and blouse combo, with a ribbed hem reminiscent of an athletic jacket, but they still fit the overall theme for a fun and cohesive collection.

By  on October 17, 2017

Keisuke Yoshida put his own spin on Seventies-inspired staples such as bell-bottoms, blouses with tiny, allover floral prints, and striped tracksuits. He showed jumpsuits with multiple cutouts in the front and up both sides, sometimes tied together with strips of fabric and sometimes left open. There were more conservative looks, too — such as a black-and-white pencil skirt and blouse combo, with a ribbed hem reminiscent of an athletic jacket, but they still fit the overall theme for a fun and cohesive collection.

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