Wednesday, 3 November 2010

The Solo Ist. Tailcoat Jacket


Takahiro Miyashita’s The Solo Ist formally arrives on the retailers’ spot and this piece for this season is surely beyond interesting. I love how designers let loose on designing process and create outstanding semi-frenzied appealing pieces. For Takahiro Miyashita’s case, he’s been known for unconventional design aesthetic, an appealing effortless craze of avant-garde masculine agenda in the menswear arena which gained him a lot of fans.

To glorify detail by detail, the arrival of this dusty black jacket signals another strong aroma of Miyashita signature. The jacket features deconstruction along the seams, pulling out an unfinished touch when looked closely. The notched lapel, like everything else, comes with raw trim leading into an irregular two button closure. Attached on the sleeves are purple suede elbow patches and single button cuffs while interior goes with lining and a detachable neck piece.

Number (N)ine may have been gone for good, but this new fashion endeavor with the arrival of the first collection paves way to blessed subverted couture discipline, something we’ll say raw and intellectual - and strictly for men.



Available at Browns.

Words By Rolly Ibanez.

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