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Step foot into the wild and eccentric world of Bernhard Willhelm. Titled “Magic Potato”, the designer’s Fall 2016 Collection is whimsical in many ways, and surely unique in a way that can only be created by Willhelm’s wild and creative mindset. Drawing inspiration from the designer’s visit to the Koyasan Temple in Japan, the spiritual-meets-urban designs ranges in eccentric pieces from crunchy, stoner-y whiff to dip-dyed corduroy shorts to jumpsuit dyed ochre and clay before being embroidered with tanagers and screened with Cupids, and an outsize scarf printed with a nude woman working on an old car by the artist Rade Petrasevic, along with silhouettes bowed to traditional Japanese kimono or “wizard cloak” shapes.

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