JIEDA and BEAUTY&YOUTH sub-label monkey time have joined forces on a summer-ready shirt capsule. Both brands have been instrumental in propagating Japanese tailoring to the mainstream masses while never losing sight of true artisanal craftsmanship. Proponents of age-old styling sensitivities, both imprints continuously give rise to heritage-style garments and are active in reengineering classic menswear codes.
As a result, the pair joined creative forces on the “DENIM ASYMMETRY SHORT SLEEVE SHIRT” and “TRENCH SHORT SLEEVE SHIRT,” respectively. The former makes noise in two distinct tonal schemes—one in varying shades of blue and the other finding a balance between black and grey. The latter, on the other hand, takes on the free-flowing silhouette shape of the coat it derives influence from, while striking out on its own as a piece worthy of its own sartorial narrative. Distinctly disparate in design, both are cut loose from the body and adhere to a style standard embraced by streetwear communities by and large.