In the digital age, how can you present your collection in an innovative way without annoying viewers? Kolor’s Japanese designer Junichi Abe, like so many of his colleagues, had to find new forms of presentation, here by pushing his models onto a treadmill, as if they were still on the production line, with robot cameras moving around for close-ups to focus on the details.
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Known for his eclectic deconstruction and unique mix of colors and materials, Abe continues his best this season. Here, topcoats fused with pique polos blended with knitwear; striped polo collar thrown over a wide workwear shirt; part of a bright red sweater over the shoulder of a blue bomber jacket; sheer gauze coat worn over an orange sweatshirt; or even silver panels sewn onto a khaki green coat.
Despite all these motley assemblages, the whole collection remains harmonious, with balanced proportions, establishing as a new chapter in Junichi Abe’s “new style of minimalism” saga.
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