Those attending Paris Fashion Week had the pleasure of experiencing the intricacies and stylings of Junya Watanabe clothing in close detail. The runway was dominated by sophisticated tailoring that exuded a swift casual element, allowing for the garments to be versatile and an acceptable choice in different environments. Throughout the silhouettes, there are recurring motifs of "patchworking and top-stitching."
Moreover, the Spring/Summer 2020 capsule of Junya Watanabe clothing also highlights a lot of the Japanese imprint's collaborative efforts, nodding to the growing popularity of fashion partnerships. Some notable mentions in terms of joint capsules include the fusion of Junya Watanabe stylings with the aesthetics of global brands like Levi's, Carhartt, and New Balance. To amplify the experimental effect of the show, the designer also partners with London-based restaurant St. John's and other companies outside of the industry.
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