Focusing in on season-ready essentials, Japanese label rehacer has revealed its new lookbook for Fall/Winter 2017. The brand — best known for its laid back and loose-fitting approach to clothing — looks set to continue on its familiar trajectory, forging ahead with reimagined shapes and silhouettes to set it apart.
The minimal clothing label has this time released a selection of outerwear, including a lightly-washed denim jacket, a burnt yellow parka, drape-style gown coats and a hoodie. In addition to this selection there’s also some 3/4-length sleeve tops with an embroidered flower pattern to the side, while all the trousers use a wide leg and cropped finish. rehacer’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection is available now from the brand’s web store.
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