For Mihara Yasuhiro it was all about the collar, which came in a plethora of different heights and lengths with luxe lapel and collar fur detailing on overcoats whilst high neck scarves were attached to the knit wear.
Although the collar may have made it seem flamboyant and decadent, the collection had a more casual tone to it, with overcoats forming over digital print knitwear and acidic tortoise shell printed shirts. Another garment choice was the gilet, a winter staple item for sure, yet Mihara Yasuhiro had fun with it, playing it over co-ordinated suiting with silver linings forming in the cracks of the print.
Things got even grander with the inclusion of a gold shell print suit that dripped opulent glamour, yet was made casual by the chosen shoe to be black hi-tops. That was the thing for Mihara Yasuhiro, as he managed to produce an accessible collection that was energetic and youthful in its mirroring of mainstream culture and all its markings.