Issey Miyake resembled spring on fire with buds bursting forth in blooming hats, billowing clothes, patterned tights and near-neon pastels.
Yohji Yamamoto played out like a silent film featuring a sport-couture Charlie Chaplin and Helena Bonham Carter.
Junya Watanabe blended the usual exaggerated shapes and ideas with surprisingly wearable and commercials pieces, the whole thing crammed with more references than even a human encyclopedia could name.
Tsumori Chisato took us on a retro cruise from Hawaii to Japan as though both places were located in the South Pacific.
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