Issey Miyake – Paper Dolls

PHOTO: Issey Miyake – Paper Dolls

During the Paris Fashion Week, fashion company Issey Miyake presented its newest autumn/winter women collection.

The Japanese label proved devotion to its experimental aesthetics with a series of clothes made in paper.

Their design way far from the paper clothes from the 1960s, when A-cut dresses without sleeves were characterised by a geometric design and Warhol prints, designer Dai Fujiwara said that the aim was to capture the fears connected to our planet.

Fujiwara presented a series of dresses and suits with stretched and folded paper as to create an effect of turgescent glass around the models’ body.

He stated that the theme of the review exhibited at the “Museum of Man” was life and death in the context of ecological crisis – a trend that came up during this fashion cycle and that ends this Sunday in Paris.


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