Understated and elegant lookbook from Trophy Clothing for the f/w 2013 season. The Japanese label does the timeless garage aesthetic at a high level, and always delivers when it’s time for visuals.
Built Tough basics by Seventy Four, always a good move. Here’s the f/w 2013 collection from the label, entitled Warrior but with a distinctly understated feel to the workwear indebted run. Love the vest and jackets, but it’s always all good from Koji Shimizu.
.efiLevol retutrns with this spring/summer 2014 collection for both men and women… and as with season’s past, it’s the female side of the label that shines in this lookbook. Styled to perfection on a cooler-climate angle these looks would work great for a lot of the ladies in our lives… much to pull from here. The season’s theme is ‘Gateau Naval’ and there’s definitely a bit of a nautical theme throughout… click though for much more from this lengthy lookbook.
Spring/summer 2014 collection from Japanese label Habanos looking mad futuristic with the camo textures/prints, and also somewhat guilty of crossing the ‘too short shorts’ line (although I definitely mess with the jeanshort overalls). I don’t know enough about the line for context vs past collections, but appreciate the overall aesthetic even if it’s not entirely up my alley styling-wise.
Narifuri is back with a new website and a new lookbook for their fall/winter 2013 collection. The Tokyo-based label has been one of my favourites for a long time now, urban cycling centric with a focus on technical gear that makes sense in the city. Always styled right from outerwear through to the bikes themselves, Narifuri is the truth! Great to finally see a lookbook as well, it’s been a few seasons… click through for the collection.