Fashion Show Notes for Trout Fanatics

June 26, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

Finally fashion writers have something to write about that doesn’t involve “soft volumes of sensuality” or “relaxed elegance.” Issey Miyake’s trout-inspired spring-summer 2011 collection demonstrates a “pescatory” skillset, says Los Angeles Times writer Adam Tschorn in Paris.
“[H]ere it was a series of orange trout on a white V-neck sweater and the hint of an all-over flyfishing fly print peeking from the collar of a button-front shirt — the collection had a deeper current, referencing what the show notes called the noble trout’s abilities as ‘a master of disguise.'”
Dare you to wear it fishing.