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A Look Back : Mihara Yasuhiro


With London Fashion Week Menswear kicking off today, we take a look back at some key looks from the Japanese designer, Mihara Yasuhiro’s colourful archive. A Bricolage Tale : Spring Summer 2011   Pretty in Print : Spring Summer 2014   The Abstract Expressionist : Spring Summer 2015   No Club Lone Wolf : Spring…

LC:M Highlights


Here are our highlights from the London Collections Menswear shows which concluded yesterday in the wet and breezy English Capital. Next up our attention turns to Pitti, Milan and Paris. Craig Green Craig Green kicked off the LCM S/S 2017 schedule on Friday evening with a free-spirited, even romantic, unfurling of everyday uniforms. Green began with hybrid suiting,…

THE WORLD OF MIHARA YASUHIRO


We spoke to the esteemed Japanese designer Mihara Yasuhiro about his design secrets, and how to pull off his effortlessly cool signature aesthetic this season. Would you say that distinctive ‘lived-in’ look is integral to your pieces? ‘Yes, it is intentional. I intend to design time. And what are the other signature elements of a Mihara Yasuhiro…

Miharayasuhiro Spring Summer 2015


Miharayasuhiro men’s spring summer 2015, Paris Collection. Photography by Matthew Reeves. Miharayasuhiro is exclusive to 4. Shop the collection here. See more from the collection on Style Zeitgeist.  

Miharayasuhiro x Puma MY-57 Pau-Brazil


Consistently blurring the lines between high fashion and sportswear, PUMA by MIHARAYASUHIRO premieres the MY-57 Pau-Brazil in white or black. Seamlessly merging two sneakers into one, each model sports a suede front half and a leather black end with a tropical print inspired by Brazil’s Pau-Brasil tree. A tribute to the upcoming World Cup, which…

MIHARAYASUHIRO 2014 Autumn Winter Collection


With functionality and dexterity at its core, Japanese label MIHARAYASUHIRO recently debuted its Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Continuing to push the envelope, the line enlists complementary dark hues (such as navy, brown, beige, grey) to rework timeless wardrobe staples — coats, bomber jackets and blazers. For the most part, the collection departs from loud prints, yet the…

‘Tokyo Power Shops’ By POPEYE Magazine


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