Stretch pleats T-shirts that represent the beautiful curves and colors of nature.
On January 6 (Wed), the new SPRING SUMMER 2016 season will commence.
BAO BAO ISSEY MIYAKE will commence on January 4 (Mon).
We will be CLOSED from December 30 (Wed) until January 3 (Sun)
and REOPENED on January 4 (Mon) for the new year.
Also, we will be CLOSED on January 5 (Tue)
to prepare the display of our new collection.
This collection was inspired by the lively tropical plants, and expressed bright colors and forms with the new Baked Stretch technique.
Tokyo and Mexico, two cities full of life where nature collides with the urban on every street corner, form the inspiration for ISSEY MIYAKE MEN SPRING SUMMER 2016 collection.
A nature which merges into the city - A luxuriant architectural urban jungle, graphically portrayed by the young Tokyo photographer Yoshinori Mizutani.
January 6 (Wed) to February 2 (Tue), 2016
During the above period, we will hold a special exhibit as a collaborative project between ISSEY MIYAKE MEN and Yoshinori Mizutani, a young photographer, at ELTTOB TEP ISSEY MIYAKE / GINZA. This is a special occasion to view backstage photographs of the SPRING SUMMER 2016 Paris Collection taken by Yoshinori Mizutani.
A fresh and chic item series that uses photographs from the TOKYO PARROTS series by the same photographer, which features the wild parrots that live in Tokyo, will also be shown. Please be sure to drop by!
Paradise under the sun, inspirational architecture and delicious things to eat.
With a color palette created by collecting all things which brought us pleasure and happiness, this season's collection radiates a cheerful rhythm.
Air sky and atmosphere, invisible but omnipresent.
Forever changing and becoming a part of fire, water and earth,
which surrounds us at all times.
This season's theme is AIR, focusing on its protean nature and lightness.
The main motifs are the work of artist Katsuhito Yamamoto's, AIR.
With a distinctive mood and a series of floating flowers and patterns
with intriguing color saturation, whose images are
then incorporated in the jacquard weave textile.
Shapes forged by nature.
Forms created by man.
This collection expresses the joy of wearing and feeling the beauty
found in the forms that surround us.