Jan 10, 2018 | By Alice Gividen
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Paris: Japanese designer Atsuro Tayama juggled many ideas in his spring collection. There were the dark and drape-y looks that opened the show. With filmy lace and touches of leather, they had a gothic feel. Tayama added in a couple lacy knits, then moved on to a series of camouflage. Pieced denim was next on the list, and it was probably the most successful idea in the show. Tayama used a range of tones, from whitened blues to dark, raw denim. Frayed edges gave looks a casual nonchalance. The final series was all about tie-dying. Tayama kept his slouchy silhouette consistent throughout the show; it was the only element that held the erratic collection together. –Joanna Manganaro
Silhouette: Long layers / Asymmetrical / Slouchy
Color: Black / Olive drab / Taupe / Brown / Soft beige / Kelly green / Denim blues / Indigo / Red / White
Key Items: Tapered cropped pants / Slouchy tees / Drape-y dresses / Pieced denim tops
Materials: Denim / Cotton jersey / Filmy lace / Smooth suitings / Chiffon / Perforated leather / Charmeuse / Medium-gauge yarns
Print + Pattern: Camouflage / Color blocking / Tie-dye
Details + Trim: Lace panels / Uneven hemlines / Piecing / Collaging / Cascading ruffles / Contrast lapels / Ruching / Frayed edges
Accessories + Footwear: Cross-body bags / Open-toe platform ankle boots
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