Think “punk” and it’s unlikely that cider first springs to mind, but the story of “cyder” — and the way it was made and used by British punks in the ’80s — was the inspiration behind Yuji Okamoto’s label, CYDERHOUSE. The brand’s name itself refers to a song by British band Chaos UK, and its Fall/Winter 2013 collection, quite fittingly, channels the spirit of rebellion, youth and independence with a good dose of sartorial swagger. From tailored pants and leather jackets to chunky knits and relaxed sweats, the clothes would be worthy of any frontman’s wardrobe, while a distinctly Japanese design sensibility is reflected in the collection’s trim fits, details and construction. For more information, check out CYDERHOUSE’s website here.
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