CASH CA 2010 Spring/Summer Collection

Having teamed up with the likes of Kazuki Kuraishi in the past, British label CASH CA is no

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Having teamed up with the likes of Kazuki Kuraishi in the past, British label CASH CA is no stranger to the Japanese market, with this new collection being a natural development for its brand of contemporary styles. Presented as a honeyee feature, we get a closer look into the latest from CASH CA as they showcase looks for the new season via lookbook style imagery. Although nothing out of the ordinary, the line remains timeless, with its use of classic materials and cuts. Highlights include subtle color usage amongst an M-65 piece and fleece-sleeve button-down shirt.

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