Japanese label bukht unveils its 2013 fall/winter collection in a series of nostalgic images dubbed the “Wake Up” lookbook. Sepia-toned and introspective, these looks certainly do justice to the distinguished and remarkably well-dressed horticulturist. Apparently “bukht” means “camel of good quality” in the Middle East–something that the people there highly treasure. Apart from a borrowed tinge of the nomadic, bukht clearly aspires to the good quality inherent in its namesake. This season’s pieces include well-crafted outerwear in goat leather and high-density moleskin, cozy sweaters in kid mohair and lamb’s wool, cotton sage pants, and even corduroys–all nicely woven together in a winsome autumn palette. Shop the brand here.