Junya Watanabe S/S 2025 – Denim And Patchwork


Has Junya Watanabe exhausted denim and patchworks, two key codes of his brand? Hardly.

All you need is to check out his latest collection which he presented during Paris Fashion Week.

Watanabe was all about cracking the code of formal tuxedos by incorporating his signature patchwork detailing to the pieces. He opted for classic wing-tip shirts and bowties as a base, but then added serious funk to his jackets via intense patchworks of fancier fabrics, including rectangles of sequins, dabs of slick leather and bullion embroideries.

Especial attention to the tartan patches, guys! Check out our gallery below to find out more.

Watanabe also explored the myriad possibilities of black, blue and white denim, and served up compelling options for going to a heavy metal concert, delivering the milk, hitting a black-tie gala. Perfect for standing out from the crowd at any party.

Tuxedo + patchwork denim featuring double and triple denim looks

Patchwork is definitely Watanabe’s thing for next year’s spring and summer.

Rip & repair

Straight and flare jeans with inset paneling

How about a denim jacket worn over a classic blazer

Neutral patchwork double denim

You’ll have to wait until next year to be able to shop for this collection. But you can score some cool denims from Watanabe’s current S/S collection at SSENSE, Farfetch, and at Cettire.

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