PFW: Issey Miyake Spring Summer 2017 Collection
ISSEY MIYAKE presented Spring Summer 2017 collection named Microcosm during the recently wrapped up Paris Fashion Week. Designer Yoshiyuki Miyamae is always searching for new techniques, and this season he presented Cut & Stick – that enables sticking together two different materials.
The show started with sack dresses with large trapezoid shapes in different colors, and continues with the graphic patterns of geometric forms in black, navy, nude and white, as well as tribal-like prints. The highlights of the show were jackets and dresses made of concentric squares creating 3-dimensional dynamic forms, which become the mainstay for Issey Miyake.
Seeds burst open, trees grow, and flowers blossom, Creating an abundant harvest. Pulsating colors, primitive vigor, Encounter technology. A microcosm of beauty, Perpetual DNA, Recurring Creation – were the starting points for Issey Miyake Spring Summer 2017 Collection
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Collection designed by Yoshiyuki Miyamae
Art direction: Roy Genty assisted by Laëtitia Goffi and François Labarthe
Music: Open Reel Ensemble + sébuhiroko
Lighting design: Valérie Bodier
General coordination: Fathi Dafdouf assisted by Laura Le Goff
Hair: James Pecis at Bryant Artists using Oribe
Makeup: Alex Box and the MAC PRO Team
Invitation design: Tadanori Yokoo
Images by Frédérique Dumoulin