Tuesday, February 7, 2012
"Miharayasuhiro threw a couple of womenswear outfits into the middle of  his menswear show, just for funsies I guess, but they fit impeccably  thanks to the interlocking themes of delicate kimono fabric and  staunchly masculine military uniforms/outerwear. Here he took a rather generic evening-gown silhouette but livened it up  with kimono silk that melds camouflage patterns and floral embroidery so  the orange and brown shapes of the camo almost look like the clouds of a  Japanese watercolour painting." —  From Miharayasuhiro Fall 2012, at Hello, Tailor. 

"Miharayasuhiro threw a couple of womenswear outfits into the middle of his menswear show, just for funsies I guess, but they fit impeccably thanks to the interlocking themes of delicate kimono fabric and staunchly masculine military uniforms/outerwear. Here he took a rather generic evening-gown silhouette but livened it up with kimono silk that melds camouflage patterns and floral embroidery so the orange and brown shapes of the camo almost look like the clouds of a Japanese watercolour painting." — From Miharayasuhiro Fall 2012, at Hello, Tailor