Song for the Mute and Nothing have teamed up on an ongoing series of limited edition capsules influenced by Japanese culture. Entitled “Volume One,” the duo have presented a striking range of soft goods made up of premium fabrics exclusively produced in the Land of the Rising Sun. The inaugural installment is wholly inspired by Japan’s obsession with food which is inherent in the duo’s “The Ramen Club” hoodie alongside, “Super Dry”, “Sake,” and “Asahi”-inspired tees in monochromatic colorways.
The collection aims to focus on “the ties of fabrication and deep rooted love and respect for Japan and its culture of both parties, the first volume was founded upon the concept of ‘food porn’ and gluttony within such culture,” said the duo in a statement.
Check out the lookbook for “Volume One” above and expect an official rollout on July 8 at select stockists including SSENSE, Lane Crawford, Club 21, Harrolds, SFTM’s flagship store, and Nothing’s e-shop.