With the spring/summer season just a mere few weeks away, brands, such as visvim are readying the release of their forthcoming warm-weather ranges. Hiroki Nakamura has helped shape contemporary menswear forever and for the better, flaunting his own unique blend of heritage workwear, with forceful tribal sensitivities, age-old military cues and native Japanese considerations crashing up against one another. And with that in mind, the above harmoniously come together in the brand’s new Spring/Summer 2020 collection.
As a referential starting point, Nakamura tends to veer away from garish prints and graphic imagery, choosing instead to reengineer quintessential classics through risqué appliqué placement. For instance, decorative ruching found along the chest area helps inform an orange-hued button-down shirt, while carefully curated rips strategically uplift another. Elsewhere, a rustic, almost-deconstructed Pea coat catches the eye as a standout piece, with tousled lapels and a raw hem finish used as its artistic apex. An eclectic mix of functional accoutrements, namely, vintage headwear and bag styles are also brought into the fray as a way to underpin the brand’s main line.
For those interested, visvim’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection is available now via the brand’s web store. In case you missed it, ADER Error unveiled its new alien-inspired Spring/Summer 2020 collection.