Liberaiders Takes to the Tibetan Steppe to Showcase Its 2017 Fall/Winter Collection
Streetwear staples for the cold weather months.
Getting its start for 2017 Fall/Winter, Liberaiders is a Japanese brand founded by Beijing-born designer Mei Yong. After a moving to Japan in his late teens, Mei began to travel the world, documenting his adventures through photography. His wanderlust shines through in the brand’s lookbook which showcases a range of graphic streetwear staples like sweats and coach jackets. Prominently featuring the Liberaider’s logo, each of the street and military-inspired pieces makes use of carefully considered elements like heat-reactive fabric and collage print.
Check out the lookbook in the photos above, and hit up the official Liberaiders website to see the collection in its entirety. The line will be available in-store at Ron Herman and Journal Standard in Japan as well as Union Los Angeles in the USA.
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