Issey Miyake’s Ready To Wear SS20

Issey Miyake’s SS20 collection debuted at the Paris Fashion Week. This was also the first debut collection of Satoshi Kondo. He had worked in the fashion house for over a decade, capturing the essence of the brand.

A Sense of Joy was the name for the collection, and rightly so as this is what was brought to the audience. The show presented an unconventional way to do a catwalk. The catwalk had high energy and lively music. There have been many other fashion houses who have had unconventional catwalks. But this one was focused on a performative act, which helped it anchor its audience with a memorable experience.

Throughout the show, many loose-fitting garments were displayed. As the models danced and spun around, different silhouette looks were created from initial garments. In terms of colour and print, the whole collection utilised playful and vibrant elements.

 

 

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