Japanese brand Issey Miyake has announced the end of Issey Miyake Men. The stores in Japan will be closed after the autumn and winter of 2020-2021. ISSEY MIYAKE company is also adjusting its internal system.

“It is not affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, but wants to explore new possibilities for men’s clothing,” issey Miyake explained as to why it was ending its operations.The company also said the suspension of its men’s wear brand had nothing to do with the negative reports it had received in the past, such as reports of business weakness and the disqualification of fresh graduates.

The news is unsurprising as the brand has been slowly pulling back on its menswear line to focus on the arguably more successful, elasticated, and pleat-friendly Homme Plissé collections which have been showing in Paris for the last few seasons in lieu of Issey Miyake Men.Issey Miyake Men founded in 1978, is a menswear brand owned by ISSEY MIYAKE. “ISSEY MIYAKE MEN” has been participating in Paris Fashion Week since autumn/winter 1985, and changed its brand name from spring/summer 2012.Currently, ISSEY MIYAKE MEN, led by Aoyama in Tokyo, has several stores across Japan.In February, Mr. Takahashi stepped down as creative director of Men’s wear at Issey Miyake for six years, starting in the spring and summer of 2014.

Yohji Yamamoto is a designer who has spent nearly 40 years studying the exquisite intensification of creation and the elegant abstract deconstruction. His works are always immersed in the dark Baudelaire tendency — they are not always as melancholy as they were at first. The deeper they go, the more fascinating they become.He has a unique design style and design concept, his design by the majority of young people chase after.His different design styles are popular among young people. Yohji Yamamoto continues his poetic fashion language in this season, from minimalism to complexity, from different interpretations of a black dress to the comparison of various fabrics. “I was born with poetry!”As Yohji Yamamoto said in an interview after the show, the same is true of his new series.Simple or complicated, from black and white to color, pleats and embroidery are his unique aesthetics of deconstruction and reconstruction.