tac:tac Showcases Its New 2017 Fall/Winter Lookbook

All designed in Japan.

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While the weather continues to keep many on edge, a new lookbook from tac:tac showcases that its readily prepared for what’s in store. tac:tac was founded in 2013 and is based in Japan. Its designer, Shimase Takaaki, displays pieces for men and women in a beautiful setting with essentials such as shirts, hoodies, crewnecks, extended shirts and much more, which serve as perfect layering pieces.

Take a look the 2017 fall/winter lookbook from tac:tac above and let us know your thoughts.

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