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Editorial

Junya Watanabe imprisoned the body in a geometric origami-like cage out of which peeped glossy leggings and lycra knits. The predominantly black three-dimensional surfaces were highlighted by bold tints such as red or fuchsia for oversize dresses and blouses whose architectural draping, holes and cuts created clothes similar to multi-faceted structures. Less spectacular though still effective, the first all-black outfits featured second-skin knits worn with voluminous, sculptural skirts with geometric holes and ruches. The headpieces also adapted to the mood – sculpted hats layered over Pierrot-style head coverings.