Cour.age 2016 Spring/Summer Lookbook

South Korean vintage.

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South Korean fashion boutique WORKSOUT has released this season’s lookbook for its in-house label, Cour.age. Designed by Kim Jookyung, the collection takes cues from Japanese labels such as NUMBER (N)INE, UNDERCOVER and TAKAHIROMIYASHITA The SoloIst., all of which influenced Kim’s aesthetic during his time spent studying in Japan. Vintage details abound in Cour.age — thanks to Kim’s passion for collecting deadstock clothes — and are incorporated into items such as a bandana hoodie, summer sack jacket and gentlerobe shirts. Okayama-sourced denim also makes a notable appearance in this collection, reinterpreting the Japanese tradition along new Korean lines. For a closer look at these items, head to the WORKSOUT webstore.

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