Yoshiyuki Miyamae, the designer behind Issey Miyake, has championed the construction, lightness and movement in his Fall show. The collection itself consisting of garments made of pleated fabrics (achieved through a technique called steam-stretching, where a computer program steam heats the jacquard fabric into a 3D wonders) has shown innovation in a simple way.
Plisee looking jerseys and jacquards manipulated into everyday garments is a pony to ride on for Issey Miyake. The deconstruction of the coats and jackets give us a view into a what a show was called "rhythmatic forest" - a collision of nature and technic, or rather what's Issey Miyake is all about, human-made and machine-made clothes. The collection all wrapped-up exuded the lightness we strive for every fall season.
A simple everyday styling and the innovation of the shape championed the modernity of everyday dressing. A casual approach to a complexity of shape and cut is a complete success for fall at Miyake, for sure. To understand what i mean, you must see the video of the runway show. The pictures don't do the collection justice. Pleats, please! i say. And i mean the Issey Miyake kind.