Issey Miyake’s Pleats Please Scarves at Estella

Issey Miyake’s Pleats Please Scarves at Estella

October 22, 2008

issey miyake pleats please scarfIssey Miyake has been a leader in Japanese fashion for the past two decades by creating innovative and technology-driven, yet still very fashionable and functional, pieces that challenge the norm. Pleats Please by Issey Miyake is a line that was introduced in 1993 featuring garments cut and sewn with pre-pleated fabric to create interesting effects.

The Pleated Scarf by Pleats Please Issey Miyake is an absolute must-have for those with a discerning eye for style (and makes a great gift for mom!). The soft pleats in conjunction with the sheer fabric look great when layered and the length of the scarf allows you to tie it up in countless ways. Now that’s true versatility.

The Pleats Please scarf is also available in other colors.






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