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The Kenta Matsushige Fall/Winter 2014 Collection Embodies Minimalism

By: Jana Pijak - Published: • References: notjustalabel & notjustalabel
The Kenta Matsushige Fall/Winter 2014 collection embodies an aesthetic of clean and modern minimalism. Based in Japan, the designer studied at Chambre Syndicale De La Couture Parisienne where he mastered his impeccable craftsmanship and crisp tailoring techniques.

After graduating from the renowned fashion institution in 2012, the designer has been making waves in Paris where he now lives and works. Replacing the feminine notion of tight and fitted clothing, the Kenta Matsushige Fall/Winter 2014 collection opts for oversized silhouettes and exaggerated proportions.

The designer's neutral coat, shirt and jacket garments appear boxy and cocoon-like, giving their wearer an exaggerated and ethereal silhouette. This silhouette opposes conventional beauty ideals while still managing to evoke a feminine sense of power, grace and effortless elegance. Stats for Contemporary Cocoon Fashions Trending: This Quarter & Hot
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