While we’ve shown several elements of Japanese label nonnative‘s 2013 spring/summer collection recently, here’s a more product-orientated look at the range. A full spring line is given with T-shirts, shorts, denim, light anoraks and 3/4 length polos all prominently featured. These interesting interpretations draw influence from various aqueous places; from linen pants to fisherman-striped plunging shirts, this collection is versatile, yet focused. An intriguing theme in the collection is the use of floral prints, with various takes on the patterning interspersed throughout. A wide variety of materials and fabrics, including ripstop cotton, fleece and soft cotton pile, add luxury to a brand whose aesthetic is necessarily California beatnik. The full collection is available for viewing on nonnative’s website.
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