I really like it until I get to the boots; there is something a bit off. The best I can get to articulating what is bothering me is that the boot tuck here kind of reminds me of wellingtons.... I think the shirt and sweater are also a bit too tonally similar.
It sounds kind of like a Yohji "basics" line. Too bad it is only for women....
This line makes me supremely jealous: from military jackets and coats to clothes inspired from his early years, he definitely knows how to make the uniform desirable.
Those Cos mandarin shirts are fine for the price. I'm sure it is possible to cut the placket off as long as you are ok with the fraying, but why not just buy one of their mandarin shirts with a normal placket?
The jacket is looking kind of tight. The look as a whole also seems to miss a lot of the nonchalance that the other fit (black polka dot shirt, black cropped trousers, docs, right?) seemed to have in spades.
I don't think that this is a very good idea. I mean many men design clothes for women and vice versa. Does this mean that they can't "understand" the other sex and therefore design properly for it? I'm certain that men/women can and should make judgements about design as it pertains to the other sex, precisely because it comes from a different viewpoint.