This past February, Japan’s salvy; revealed the lookbook for its 2017 fall/winter line. With a focus on “sharply perfected, clean cut, minimalist garbs,” the run featured a well-curated array of sweaters, jackets, pants and more. As summer begins to wind down, the Japanese brand is back with a lookbook for its 2018 spring/summer collection.
For Daisuke Maki and company’s latest drop, salvy; continues its foray into minimalism and clean, sharp outfits. While salvy;’s 2018 spring/summer run further entrenches itself in the aforementioned aesthetic that the brand’s been cultivating for quite some time, this range eschews the darker-toned color palette for something brighter and more vibrant. Featured in this no-frills lookbook: finely-constructed outerwear, pants, caps, shirts, shorts and more. Regarding inspiration, Maki was drawn to these creations by an interest in military wear.
You can run through salvy;’s 2018 spring/summer lookbook above, and head on over to the brand’s official website for more information.