PARIS — Junya Watanabe’s shows are always held on Saturday morning, prompting the usual sullen greeting, “Hello, and where’s the coffee?” Mr. Watanabe provides. He also gave his customers a nice bunch of clothes along familiar Watanabe story lines. These included couture-shaped dresses and loose-back jackets that combined leather and tweed, motorcycle jackets mixed with knitting, and cute, low-riding patchwork jeans. Among the fresher looks were skimmy dresses made from oblong scraps of plaid wool and silk, and worn over black tights.
Over all, the attitude was more street than couture, with a slight punk feel. Embedded in the show were round leather shoulder bags and a few garments that Mr. Watanabe did with Loewe, the Spanish leather-goods house owned by LVMH.