Issey Miyake offered up a colorful, zig zagging optical treat. The clothes become more interesting to stare when you realize they are a bit of a "magic eye" puzzle filled with subtle fabric effects like a "double sided transfer" where you see print that shows through from the back side of the fabric. This is a collection I very much want to see in person.
Junya Watanabe went back to the future. His retro-futuristic collection might what the makes fo the Jetson's thought the edgy and fashion elite might wear when cars started flying and we all got robot maids.
Tsumori Chisato took on southwestern themes as if the southwest had gone to candy land--or maybe Who-ville. But I mean that in the best way possible.
Yohji Yamamoto's tattered minimalism didn't impress me. The asymmetry and androgyny were still there, but I was far more interested in the accessories than tattered versions of the same old stuff.
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