sacai's First Delivery for Spring/Summer 2018 Has Arrived

The latest from designer Chitose Abe.

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After an impressive showing at Paris Fashion Week Men’s 2018, Japanese label sacai recently dropped the first delivery of its pattern-heavy Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Continuing her experimental style characterized by hybridization, designer Chitose Abe drew from artist Lawrence Weiner’s “STATIS AS IN VECTOR ALL IN DUE COURSE” 2012 show at Lisson Gallery to express the free-flowing nature of her latest collection.

Comprised of outerwear, knits, shirts, pants, shorts and socks, the range features a plethora of patterns accented by heavy detailing. Some standouts include the mash-up Mixed Check Multi Jacket, layered look Fair Isle Knit Jacket and distinct Night Camo Print Pants.

Retailing between $39 and $1,521 USD, sacai’s first Spring/Summer 2018 delivery is available now at retailers like HAVEN.

For more contemporary fashion news, check out our list of the biggest trends to expect for Fall/Winter 2018.

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