Spring/ Summer 2019
On Friday, September 28th, ISSEY MIYAKE presented its SPRING SUMMER 2019 Collection at Palais de Tokyo, Paris. The theme of this collection is “Traces of Hands”.
Hands have been making tools, drawing, sewing, and giving new shape to cloth. This collections allows the expression of hands to be much more free. New textures, which display the traces of playful hands, have appeared.
Twisting, rolling up, crumpling, stretching—a cloth that you can freely play with and enjoy changing into any shape like dough. That is “DOUGH DOUGH”.
Pull the collar, scrunch the hem or twist the belt and tie it in a bow. The wide-brimmed hat can be folded into a compact, pointed cap and the forms of the bags can be changed in a variety of ways.
Like you would style your hair differently according to your mood, the shape memory fabric allows you to change the shape of the garment.
The movement of hands creates not only shapes of things. The collection expresses the traces of strokes drawn with the full body using brooms dipped in paint.
The “Baked Stretch” jumpsuit has horizontal pleats that bounce lightly, while the wide pants have a texture resembling an oil painting and a loose silhouette that hangs away from the body and sways beautifully with the movement of the body.
Available in Jade Plaza Indonesia