Koji Udo’s label Factotum was inspired by Charles Bukowski’s novel of the same name, and for his Fall/Winter 2013 collection he takes to the books again, this time dedicating his collection to Bukowski’s first novel, Post Office. Moved by the author’s determination to pursue his novel while working in a post office himself, Udo’s collection fuses elements of both American and British postman-style uniforms, and works with a palette primarily built of pale blues and royal reds. Featuring trending silhouettes such as the drizzler and bomber jackets, the collection is also heavily embellished with images of the USA postage symbol, the eagle, which is seen on the collection’s camouflage-style prints and quilted stitching.
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