Paris. March 2nd.
The feminine collection of Junya Watanabe was a celebration of comfort inspired by useful clothes that are aimed at any type of woman and regardless of age.
The models looked like dolls, probably playing with intentional irony on the Japanese love for anime.
Using colorful floral prints and with the structural and overlapping cuts of grunge style in the garments, they were boldly accompanied by biker boots to form an overall transgressive look.
By Andy Durán