Visvim 2008 Fall/Winter September Releases

Using their traditional Egyptian giza cotton and Sea-Island luxsic, Visvim’s releases for

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Using their traditional Egyptian giza cotton and Sea-Island luxsic, Visvim’s releases for September consist of a long sleeve button-up, JV zip down hoodie and chino pants all available in a nice range of toned down colors. The Japanese label keep everything casual with minimal design. Available now at Reinforce.

Shigatse Long Sleeve Shirt (Giza) – ¥25,200

JV Hoodie (Luxsic) – ¥31,500

Chino Pants (Giza) – ¥29,400

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