Rainy Planet Shows Off Nomadic Styling in Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook
The Japanese brand continues blending traditional clothing with progressive cuts.
Burgeoning Japanese label Rainy Planet infuses rain-ready clothing with Japanese styling each season. For its Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook, the brand heads to the desert to emphasize the versatility of its comfortable clothing.
Rainy Planet anticipates inclimate weather, offering quick-drying and water resistant fabrics with relaxed cuts and kimono-like detailing equally suited to wet and dry days. Oversized layers and wide, cropped pants offer balanced proportions and maximize comfort in hot summer temperatures, while an oversized shirt-coat grants relief from rainy days. Staples like pajama shirts and button-up shirts are reimagined in loose, drapey fabrics that ensure breathability and quick drying, and drawstring closures add a sense of ease to the line.
Look to the brand’s website for more info. Meanwhile, another Japanese brand is tackling weather-fighting gear in a different way — BAPE recently unveiled its “High-Tech Army” collection.