Junya Watanabe
By Lizzy Bowring

WILD WEST Paris: For Spring 2014, Junya Watanabe had a distinct theme of ‘cowboys and indians’ in mind. There were feathered headdresses, thick strands of …

Sep 29, 2013
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WILD WEST
Paris: For Spring 2014, Junya Watanabe had a distinct theme of ‘cowboys and indians’ in mind. There were feathered headdresses, thick strands of fringe, tribal motifs worked into skirts, jeans and leather motorcycle jackets, balanced with black cowboy hats. — Lizzy Bowring

Key Items: Bias cut skirts / Fringed tailored blazers / Cropped pants / Cape tops / Tunic tops / Motorcycle jackets

Color: Cream / Black / Grey / Beige / Brown / Coffee / White / Cobalt / Navy

Materials  + Trim: Suede / Denim / Jersey / Leather / Frayed and patched / Braids / Fringe / Binding / ‘Indian’ blanketing / Strips of fabric / Colored beading

Print + Pattern: Tribal motifs

Accessories + Footwear: Spiked ankle boots / Snakeskin / Beaded necklaces / Feathered headdresses / Cowboy hats

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