UNUSED Returns With Slouchy Summer Layers

Quintessential Japanese styling and designs.

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Japanese stalwart UNUSED presents its 2018 Spring/Summer collection with pieces for both men and women. The selection continues to build on the identity the brand has established for itself, with some progressive twists.

With an identifiable blend of loungy silhouettes, street-ready statement pieces and revised tailoring, UNUSED’s gear is recognizable to its fans. The new line-up includes staples like the brand’s belted cardigan, unstructured blazers, straight-leg denim and raw-hemmed shirts, and it also revises items from the brand’s past. Another leather shirt is included in the range, this time without a collar, and its familiar oversized sweater boasts dropped shoulders. The collection includes womenswear, and as expected many of the items are genderless thanks to the relaxed cuts.

Look for UNUSED’s new collection to arrive at stockists like 1LDK and COVERCHORD shortly. For more trendy Japanese labels, check out NEON SIGN’s 2018 Spring/Summer release.

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