In Paris on March 5th, Junya Watanabe proved his love of geometry and fashion with a collection of bold geometric shapes fitted for a woman’s body. Sending a mostly black line of some rounded and some sharp, angular statement pieces down the runway, the line had a distinct origami feel to it. “The geometric shapes are rendered in polyurethane that has been bonded with nylon tricot. It is fabric that is ordinarily reserved for industrial purposes — like lining the interior of a car” said Watanabe post-show. Color made it briefly into the collection in the form of large, poncho like pieces in fluorescent pink and deep red. Giant structured head pieces also added to the equation, completing the detailed mathematical looks.
Check out his collection available now here!