elhaus Offers Unique Takes on Military and Japanese Pieces for 2017 Spring/Summer

Patchwork kimonos, souvenir jackets and more.

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elhaus returns with a brand new collection for the 2017 spring/summer season. Dubbed “From Above,” the warm-season assemblage is comprised of patchwork kimonos, kimono-style bombers, souvenir jackets, hoodies, camo shirts and more. As far as the designs go, the Indonesian menswear imprint culls a cocktail of “inspirations from classic military designs, Japanese traditional pattern, and making it into pieces adaptive into today’s needs of daily wear,” according to the label. Standout garbs include the olive green bomber, denim workshirt, and navy souvenir jacket.

Peruse the collection above and head over to elhaus’s official website to learn more.

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