Takahiro Miyashita Worked on 'The Soloist' in Isolation

 - Jan 17, 2018
References: vogue
Japanese designers Jun Takahashi and Takahiro Miyashita held a faceless high fashion runway of their contemporary men's fashion and streetwear line. There was a pre-established theme to the show that was inspired by the symmetrically reflective relationship of order and disorder.

The faces of the models were hidden behind fabrics and there was a definite recurrence of what some might call an 'Assassin's Creed' motive. It is reported that the designers agreed on the overall thematic and desired effect of the menswear, but Takahashi and Miyashita both worked in isolation in their respective studios. The faceless high fashion show could be accredited to commenting on the semidetached relationships and perceptions of anonymity and identity in the 21st Century. However, the overall vibe of the runway was directly challenged by the finale — a line of models in black synthetic jeans and crop-top harnesses.