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nanamica 2013 Fall/Winter “One Ocean, All Lands” Lookbook

Storied Japanese outerwear label nanamica presents a preliminary look at its Fall/Winter 2013 collection. Dubbed “One Ocean, All Lands,” the seasonal lookbook sees the label once again fusing the technical with the classic as performance fabrics and high-end design are coupled with an array of timeless silhouettes. Prototypical pea coats and camouflage jackets pair khaki tweed with GORE-TEX fabrics, knit caps boast THERMOLITE technology, and a range of both shirts and outerwear keep the wind at bay. Waterproof/wind-resistant/moisture-wicking Pertex also makes an appearance as fatigues and chinos appear alongside hues of navy, grey, olive and khaki throughout. Eiichiro Homma and nanamica’s latest foray into contemporary military- and heritage wear-inspired design is due out in the months ahead.

Author: Staff
Date: Jul 5, 2013  /  Views: 9708
Category: Style  /  Tags: Fashion, Nanamica, Lookbooks