Mihara Yasuhiro referenced 'Le Petit Prince' by translating the Prince's adventures into distinct themes within his collection.
Inspired by the book, 'Le Petit Prince' Mihara Yasuhiro referenced the novel's profound stories by translating the Prince's adventures into distinct themes within his collection. The Arabian desert-inspired bleached white and sand beige cottons. Long shirts were worn open and floated over double layered shorts and cropped trousers were splashed with paint. Weather beaten knits and leather jackets were beautifully soft and demonstrated the designers accomplished handle on fabric. Traditional desert boots and deconstructed sandals grounded the textual pieces and showed the designer's proficient skill in crafting unique accessories. Formal wear followed in a palette of navy and twinkling highlights came from sequins and beading on shirt collars and metallic vests worn under fine knits. With a nod to military styling the final section of the collection was functional and precise. Sharply cut suiting is an already accomplished signature of Yasuhiro as well as the effortless ease in which he constructs his garments. The successful collection was a fluid and cohesive confirmation of Yasuhiro's distinct and refined hand writing.