Maison Mihara Yasuhiro Men’s RTW Fall 2016
January 23, 2016 - fall Denim
The engineer was desirous by a portraits of Aug Sander for his collection of poetically rumpled outfits.
Guests nearing during Mihara Yasuhiro’s uncover found a white rose placed on each chair — a proposal gesticulate toward a city still spiteful from a Nov militant attacks. “When a universe is changing, there is always a war. Now we hear a sound of war,” a engineer pronounced in his uncover notes.
This gloomy mood had him meditative behind to a First World War, and Aug Sander’s portraits. (Christophe Lemaire also cited a German photographer as an change this season, maybe since New York’s Museum of Modern Art recently suggested a landmark merger of some-more than 600 Sander prints.)
Those photos of soldiers, workers and farmers desirous panoply artfully unsettled to impersonate wear-and-tear. Burn outlines destroyed a denim shirt or cardigan, while tangled knits, ragged denim and faded string fabrics in dry hues gave a outfits a elegant lived-in feel.