The fall collection from Junya Watanabe is one of my favorites from Paris. Impeccably subverted and reconstructed menswear traditions and tailoring - strongest when sculpted into a strict and severely feminine silhouette. A more masculine take on this appeared in the form of coats that were hybridised suits - trousers pulled apart and attached to jackets. Whilst this sounds deconstructed unwearable they were precisely finished and seemed like a natural progression in suiting - working especially well with the long, austere skirts they were paired with. Nearly all the looks were worn with the best oxfords I've seen in a long time (shiny, solid, masculine) and, naturally, plasticized pastel hair.