All the Fall/Winter 2022 Doublet looks


After working with the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, designer Masayuki Ino created the pink-haired character, “Imma”, which literally showed up on the runway’s face. During Ino’s first appearance at Paris Fashion Week, the designer had to make a statement. Each model wore an Imma mask with a matching pink bob to create equality between the models, creating a genderless, ageless and sizeless world on the runway.

Using different fabric techniques, Ino’s “This Is Me” collection is unorthodox in more ways than one. Underwear with labels that read “Made for Disposal” are made from biodegradable fabric, and a shibori technique was used to stretch the denim to make the garment size inclusive.

Recycled cashmere and mushroom leather were used for the leather bag embellishments, a collaboration with Japanese brand Robert Judson, boosting the collection’s sustainability factor. Outerwear was made from undyed fabric and basalt-derived fabric, a lightweight, warm and water-resistant material ideal for jackets.

Fur was also reinvented, with brushed wool skirts that looked like fur, and recycled fur shavings were used to look like the real thing. Unconventional and whimsical, Ino’s innovation is ahead of the curve in the race towards a more sustainable industry.

Click to view Doublet’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection in the gallery below.

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