Phingerin Flexes With Color for Spring/Summer 2018
With a lookbook shot by Jiro Konami.
Japanese imprint Phingerin has just released a colorful collection of relaxed streetwear pieces for the Spring/Summer 2018 season. Originally launched by Tomoyuki Kobayashi as a label specializing in handmade, premium Italian fabric pajamas, Phingerin has translated and evolved its relaxed sleepwear style into more street-centric designs for the contemporary fashion enthusiast.
This season’s offering cooks up several button-down shirts featuring eclectic color palettes, retro elements and references to classic striped and plaid pajama patterns. Highlight pieces include the short-sleeve bowling shirts with geometric color-blocked designs, while lightweight textiles, throwback vibes and relaxed fits anchor this season’s theme.
Flip through the Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook above, which was shot by noted Japanese photographer Jiro Konami, and head over to Phingerin’s website for the full stockist list, which includes North American retailer NEIGHBOUR.
For more colorful eye candy, check out intelligence magazine’s “COLOR” editorial.