Acknowledged for reinterpreting both American and European classics, OLD JOE prepares to greet the upcoming 2017 fall/winter season with a garment range, which respectfully honors old school vintage styling. With each item handmade in Japan, the Tokyo-based imprint revisits the nostalgia of newsboy caps, herringbone-patterned suiting options, heritage knits and wide-legged trousers. Guided by expert-level craftsmanship, OLD JOE keeps its focus geared towards cuts and silhouette styles — leaving outlandish prints and contemporary trends on the outside looking in. Imaginative layering techniques also catch the eye as several ensembles highlight double-dipped sweater and coat combinations. For instance, one outfit pairs a mockneck sweater with a cardigan, while another features a leather biker jacket juxtaposed with a pea coat. Scroll through the lookbook above to see for yourself.
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