CURLY Executes Effortless Japanese Style for Spring/Summer 2018

Quintessentially casual looks from the East.

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Japanese label CURLY debuts its Spring/Summer 2018 collection with a lookbook of neutral-toned goods. In line with the brand’s oeuvre, the collection is understated and focused on comfortable, layered clothing.

Featuring an array of the brand’s exclusive fabrics, CURLY Spring/Summer 2018 centers around effortless styling made possible by recognizable silhouettes. Lightweight sweaters, cropped jeans, hooded ponchos and pocket-bearing shirts all grant the array a sense of unconcerned ease. The selection’s focal point is an abstract blue and white pattern — seen on a shirt, poncho and shorts — which easily gels with the other attractive layers in the range, which includes waffle-knit hoodies, unstructured chore jackets and collarless cardigans. Accessories include small goods like a glasses cord, leather lanyard and even a raw-hemmed scarf.

Check out the brand’s website for more information as the collection hits stockists this month. Meanwhile, HAVEN introduces a selection Fall/Winter 2017 looks from Japan’s KAPITAL.