Issey Miyake presents new men’s range in Tokyo Reality Lab concept space

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The Homme Plissé line will feature 10 different styles of pleated pieces, from t-shirts and cardigans to pants. Everything comes in four key colors: light gray, dark gray, blue and black (with a couple of extra accent color options), and the collection is rounded out with some (pleatless) coats and jackets. The pieces range from 12,000 yen ($122) for t-shirts up to 50,000 yen ($507) for outerwear.

The Reality Lab concept store, which opened November 11 in Tokyo’s Aoyama district, presents creations by the Reality Lab research team led by Issey Miyake, as well as numerous items from the company’s ranges including the new menswear, the forward-thinking 132 5 line (which includes computer generated prints and recycled plastic pieces), watches and Bao Bao Issey Miyake bags.

The space, which was designed by Tokujin Yoshioka and combines concrete panels and expanses of primary colors, also features exclusive pieces inspired by a cool paper theme: items include IN-EI origami lamps created with Italian company Artemide and bags with woven paper elements by Tokyo-based designer Mike Abelson. 

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