© giuliano fujiwara - it's wabi sabi all over giuliano fujiwara can do no wrong with us. designer masataka matsumura's style is very consistent but with ample room for subtle innovations, making us drool over his designs time and time again. and his a/w 2011 men's collection is no exception, featuring a range of classic, yet slightly boxy looks that have been wonderfully tweaked into modernity through his signature japan-inspired [read: wabi sabi] detailing and use of colour. a striking characteristic are the work-wear pockets, visible externally and internally across the collection while removable 3d pockets adorn the waist as an extension of the trousers. we'd also like to mention the great accessories and shoes. shown here are six looks that we particularly like. giuliano fujiwara's a/w 2011 men's collection is available at the brand's flagships and select stores across the planet, including seven [new york], concrete [london], podium [moscow], 10 corso como [seoul] and international gallery beams [tokyo].
© giuliano fujiwara - italy meets japan