Plain surfaces are overrated, Junya Watanabe seemed to say with his spring men’s collection, shown in a concrete parking garage plastered with colorful graffiti and worn by a cast of heavily tattooed models, to which the designer added more ink on limbs, faces and necks.
In honor of Mario Testino’s new exhibition in Copenhagen, we are throwing it back to his story with Candice Swanepoel where the duo found sun and scandal in the Danish city for VMAN20: http://trib.al/2njYZtO
Junya Watanabe’s strength is in the relentless reiteration of a single notion or motif, stuttering through synonyms for a particular term in fashion’s vocabulary. It’s an idea he often turns to in his shows—taking an archetypal item or technique, and then exhausting it.
Photography by Marc de Groot, styling by Marije Goekoop and grooming Irena Ruben they present “Black Tie White Noise” for Vogue Man Netherlands F/W 15.
Another Man Collectiones Volume 2 photography by Mark Peckmezian and styling Ellie Grace Cumming.
Junya Watanabe reveals its Spring/Summer 2016 at Paris Fashion week.
The mottled light spots of a disco ball threw their bright glowing specks against the walls as guests waited as expectantly as prom…
Junya Watanabe presented a renowned for designing innovative and distinctive clothing at Paris Fashion Week.