However, I Can’t get away with this jacket from Junya Watanabe’s typical fall collection.
credits its Christian Dior bar The shape of the jacket. Waist-in, padded hip contour wins 00027 years and counting. Those ¾ length flared sleeves are fine too. Or credit its inspiration for denim twill and army leftover patchwork. As my colleague Sarah Mower reports, Watanabe has named the series “The Spiral of Winter Ghosts” after
the previous The subtitle of the track is named album by David Sylvian and Holger Czukay, whose collaboration produces a synergistic whole. I’m partial to it too, as it reminds me of a circa Y2K dark rinsed denim and black sport mesh Junya dress, paired with a New Look shape skirt that I mistakenly sent for resale to clean up the one I mentioned earlier A full closet. Don’t be ego: think again next time.
at last , the best thing about this jacket is that it stops you in your tracks, and you can wear the simplest of uniforms under it: a black turtleneck and trousers. I’m not short of those, so maybe I’ll splurge on this extraordinary Watanabe Junya piece.