If there’s one thing Issey Miyake’s collection is looking for, it is to wrap women in real constructions that protect them from the cold of the next autumn-winter. And not in vain, as the Japanese designer is a true specialist in the creation of architectural ensembles that insulate the female body from its surroundings. Surroundings that, although cold and hostile, will find in the pieces designed by Miyake an essential warmth.
These stylish creations are intended to make women forget about low temperatures, alternating garments with an elegant hang, origin of natural sensations.
Maxi waistcoats, knitted dresses and wraparound coats will provide that touch of distinction particular to a casual and defiant woman who prefers a colour palette based on navy blue, mustard, black, and grey, keeping away from artifices like buttons, stitches and other elements unrelated to the essence of the garment.
His combinations border on extravagance outfitting women who seek to define their destiny, looking it fearlessly in the face.