We continue with fourth day in Fashion week, here’s the looks of Junya Watanabe Menswear Spring/Summer 2020 Paris.
Paying a tribute to a «Nowhere man»
Making use of its impeccable patchwork style, Junya Watanabe presents a fresh vision of modernist tailoring for men in its collection, with black and white tones alike, as well as deep blue that contrasts with beige.
Hybrid outerwear pieces morphing generic tailoring, military and casual men’s staples were among the leitmotifs.
Presented in the cloister of Paris’ Abbaye royal du Val-de-Grâce, sun streaming through the arches, the civilized collection focused on relaxed, summery, robust wardrobe men’s staples.
The themes included fine lines of construction seams used as patterns on jackets, leading to heavy, more structured patchworks that, along with the rumpled, natural fabrics and soft pants — in washed fabrics and worn rolled up — channeled a vagabond vibe.
Another was the great hybrid outerwear pieces that morphed generic tailoring, military and casual men’s staples. They went from a denim jacket fused with a black raincoat to a khaki safari vest with patch pockets set into a gray tailored coat, giving a graphic, two-in-one, mixed-message edge.