That elegance does not have to be at odds with the day to day casual style is something that is very clear to the Japanese firm Issey Miyake. Therefore, for the next spring-summer 2018, the designer Yoshiyuki Miyamae is committed to fill the feminine wardrobe with sophisticated and various outfits inspired by the hard and crystalline glaciers of the very Iceland.
Clothing proposals where black and white are mixed in geometric patterns also leave room for colour, among which the outfits made up by trousers and loose white tops with drawings in greenish, brown and blue tones are the most remarkable.
A collection fully customised to contemporary women who do not want to surrender elegance and sophistication in their everyday life through new fabrics and textile materials driven by an innovative, free and creative spirit that sculpts simple long dresses or print outfits with effects of light and shadow.
As for the shapes, the fabrics that have been worked on in three dimensions will also have their place during the next season. The king, the “baked stretch”, a technique that employs heat to create a series of folds with a volume effect, which are used, in turn, to imitate the shapes of the mountains.