For his first showing in Paris, Yosuke Aizawa of White Mountaineering had his models pose in front of a camouflage tent. A visually appealing gesture, but a redundant one, as anyone who’s familiar with the perennially on-the-brink Japanese brand knows that White Mountaineering is synonymous with cold-weather outdoor apparel. For Fall/Winter 2015, Aizawa explained that he had been working with Gore-Tex for 10 years, and it was now a matter of refining the material. Evidently that meant combining the waterproof membrane with tartans, wool fleece, corduroy and washed cottons, as well as camo prints and various floral patterns. On their feet, the models wore the upcoming brand collaboration with adidas — yet another reason to make White Mountaineering a label to watch in the coming year.