ISSEY MIYAKE

Harper's Bazaar (India) - - FASHION NEWS -

New hire: Yoshiyuki Miya­mae Tak­ing over from: Dai Fu­ji­wara Yoshiyuki Miya­mae came to the no­tice of Issey Miyake him­self in 2001, when he was just three years out of fash­ion school, and joined the la­bel in 2006, work­ing un­der his pre­de­ces­sor Dai Fu­ji­wara where he learnt the ba­sics of Issey Miyake’s de­sign phi­los­o­phy and con­cepts. With his de­but col­lec­tion out for Spring 2012, the young de­signer has brought his own sig­na­ture of techno-chic to the Ja­panese brand best known for the iconic Pleats Please line and the A-POC con­cept (acro­nym for A Piece of Cloth, a method that uses a sin­gle thread to cre­ate fab­ric through top- of-the­line com­puter tech­nol­ogy) spear­headed by Miyake. Miya­mae’s de­but col­lec­tion for Issey Miyake has a dis­tinct new flavour, with enough min­i­mal­ism to sat­isfy the reg­u­lars.

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