While some criticize, others adore newest collection of Junya Watanabe presented in the National Museum of Immigration History in Paris. Well, one thing is for sure... there's a lot going on in his latest presentation. Collection for SS 16 contains various elements of Vorticism and African tribes, and what not.
Wide-cut dresses are made of lightweight material with patterns of nature and animals, as well as patches in the colors typical of African tribes. To fulfill the look, the designer styled them with shiny geometric accessories all over. Most mesmerizing detail in this contemporary art collection are large geometric hats and faces of models decorated with pale flesh–color globules, mimicking tribal scarification marks.
Full collection: Vogue