Issey Miyake Windcoat khaki oversized parka that folds into a bag — 1990s

Size: XS (oversized fit so can fit larger, and also fit men)

Shoulder to shoulder: 50 cm

Armpit to armpit: 60 cm

Sleeves: 50 cm

Length: 114 cm



100% nylon



Khaki green parka

Extremely oversized

Detachable hood with drawstrings (not shown)

Two large front pockets with flap

Drawstring waist

Cropped sleeves with fastened cuffs

Front zipper closure

Large pocket on the back with zipper closure, meant to fold the parka into itself

Transforms into a handy carry-on bag

Windcoat line, for rainy weather


Issey Miyake has become so well known for his billowy raincoats, that in 1989 he started designing a separate collection of the signature styles, called ”windcoats.” The styles can be worn by men and women. All are sort of flowing, like kimonos.

”Kimonos are the cornerstone of Issey Miyake’s designs,” said Gary Dufresne, a sales executive for Issey Miyake. ”When you wear a kimono it’s like wearing air.”


— Source: “Patterns” b


Condition: 4/5

Very good condition