Earlier this year, LANDLORD dropped a collaborative line of minimalist pieces with mainstream retailer GAP, which playfully poked fun at its own 2016 fall/winter range. Preparing for the 2018 spring/summer season, Creative Director Ryohei Kawanishi and his high fashion label draw creative influence from reggae music — an aesthetic and style resoundingly prevalent in his former East London Dalston Junction neighborhood. Tank tops, button-down shirts, jackets, trousers and various pullover iterations feature Afro-Caribbean color themes, tagline phrases and a choice selection of patterned prints. Standout items include the Burberry-like check pattern infused with camo flavor and the “Jerk Chicken”-themed pullover shirts.
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