Menswear brand EOTOTO was founded on an idea that is central to the Native American religious practice of katsina in which all objects that fill the universe contain a special life force and humans must realize that or cease to survive. For its 2014 spring/summer range, the Japanese clothier took inspiration from Hawaiian culture and resort-styled casual-wear to produce a wide range of bohemian apparel from patterned robes to a skull-adorned coin case. Additional highlights include a number of garbs with palm tree prints, various iterations of EOTOTO’s tulip hat, a pair of raw denim jeans, a french terry polo shirt, and more. See more from EOTOTO here.
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