Designer Horoyuki Fujita unveils his latest work through his fashion label JIEDA -- the seasonal collection prepares itself for Fall/Winter 2020. The range was showcased on the runways of Milan Fashion Week and features looks inspired by Fujita's experiences and emotions during his travels throughout Europe and the Middle East.
The foundational looks are rooted in a retro athletic design language, similar to its previous work. The main highlight includes the textural fabrication and tonal quality that Fujita experienced through the travels. The collection is described as to exude a “mature style and youthful intent.” Some of the standout items in the range include the matching sets that are adorned in all-over patterning featuring denim, monochromatic hues, plaid, and gingham.
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Horoyuki Fujita's JIEDA Label Explores Different Cultures for FW20
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