The Y/Project Fall/Winter 2020 collection was showcased on the runway of Paris Fashion Week and it features a plethora of post-modernistic looks. There is a strong inspiration drawn from the 70s and the exploration of different textures and layering to ease into the colder seasons.
The collection features a variety of denim designs, knitwear, and trousers with textural finishes. The color palette spotlights hues of orange, navy blue, and burgundy, along with powder blue to add a sense of softness. Some of the textural materials include sherpa and leather, which also conveniently prepare for the dropping temperatures. There are also some patterning in the capsule featuring bold prints and plaids along with patchwork detailing as well on classic pieces including suits and blazers.
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