Patchwork denims, 50s-inspired coifs and exaggerated brows took to the stage during the Junya Watanabe Spring/Summer 2015 presentation at Paris Fashion Week.
The menswear line was showcased in a cool palette of blues and consisted of elegant denim separates. The collection included printed shirts, leather-patched blazers and fitted jean garments that were adorned with geometric sewing patterns.
Exuding a nostalgic air, the Junya Watanabe Spring/Summer 2015 collection channeled the style of the 50s. Models sported victory roll coifs that were reminiscent of rockabilly musicians like Buddy Holly and were clad in denim-on-denim looks that rivaled those of Elvis himself.
This retro-modern collection revives 50s styles for a new generation of fashion followers and embraces the versatility and durability of denim materials.
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