As I saw in Milan, so too am I seeing in Paris: there’s a distinct move away from the skinny boy cut apparent in so many of the men’s autumn / fall 2011 collections hitting the catwalks. Issey Miyake is another label to indulge in the looser cut, opting for a collection whose tailoring indulges in the sack suit cut, as opposed to the trim and defined tailoring that is otherwise popular. Of the collection’s casual component, the trouser cuts play to the relaxed cut we’re seeing more and more of, though some of the cuts are loose enough to be considered akin to the drop crotch pants we’ve become accustomed to seeing.
You can see the full collection after the jump.
Click the thumbnails below to view each of the pieces from Issey Miyake‘s autumn (fall) / winter 2011 men’s collection.
Main image courtesy of Issey Miyake