DISCOVERED 2016 Spring/Summer Collection

Aiming for a multidimensional look.

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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Tokyo played the stage for many brands to showcase what’s next, and DISCOVERED was in attendance to present its upcoming collection for Spring/Summer 2016. The Tatsuya Kimura and Sanae Yoshida-designed brand aims to mix the look of casual and classical with a large selection to choose from, which spans from an oversized aesthetic to a more fitted look. Take a look at the imagery and let us know your thoughts.

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