Designer: Fumito GanryuInspiration: The Japanese designer and graduate from Bunka Fashion College in the early 2000s presented his first show in Paris after leaving Comme des Garçons. There was a lot of excitement for his debut where Japanese buyers cross paths with American rappers, and where men and women come together on the podium.Collection: Everything concerning volume, layers and comfort. In 2019, men wrap up for the cold weather. Their coats have many openings and their jumpers become capes. Trousers are wide. The duffle coat and the XXL puffer jacket remain the must haves for the coming year. The quilted aspect shown adds a touch of sportswear, a look seen on the first model who wore a white tracksuit in new dimensions making us jealous.Note: The very successful tailoring, with the addition of a black satin ribbon that can be left hanging or tied around the waist to transform the silhouette.Interview with Fumito Ganryu:My first impression is of course gratitude because showing in Paris was a fixed idea for me as the city represents something very important for me, so I have finally succeeded, I am very happy.This new dimension is a fairly logical consequence of my research, because I myself also took care of the templates for both men and women’s clothing, so I know both worlds. Today, we often talk a lot about unisex clothing. Nowadays, for me, what we refer to as genderless, is a mix of femininity and masculinity. I’m not just looking for something genderless. What I am looking for is really the abnegation of femininity and masculinity, it’s really something new. And it’s in this sense that I had to play with volumes, a new dimension. So it’s an expression that comes from my reflection.Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).
FUMITO GANRYU : Men's Autumn/Winter 2019/2020 Show in Paris (with interview)
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