Ready-to-Wear FW24

Runway Editorial

ISSEY MIYAKE's Ready-To-Wear FW24 collection, "What Has Always Been," revisited the origins of clothing through a blend of artistry and technology.

Satoshi Kondo's designs showcased a fusion of poetic drapery and technologically advanced fabrics woven from washi blend fibers mixed with wool or linen and hand-pleated silhouettes from polyester. The collection paid homage to the primal act of clothing the human body, exploring themes of simplicity and timelessness inspired by artist Wolfgang Laib's pollen installations.

Kondo's collection featured richly textured garments, emphasizing the transformative power of a simple piece of cloth. The designs embodied a sense of purity and vitality, with vivid colors and fluid silhouettes. From seamless knits shaped like tubular flowers to voluminous drapes in washi and wool, each piece showcased the beauty of natural form and movement.

We captured the show through the lens of our photographer Zlata, highlighting the warm atmosphere.


Photography exclusively for LUCENTEMENT® by Zlata Lisova