Following a laid-back Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook ANITYA returns with a sophisticated Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook informed by four central tenets: “Classic & Contemporary, Exoticism & Patriotism, Minimal harmony and Unisex,” according to designer Tomoyoshi Kishi. The resulting collection fulfills those vague ideals, with a selection of generously-cut dresses, coaches jackets and sweaters, all executed in breathable organic textiles.
Executed in muted navy, beige and neutral tones with pops of yellow, the gear includes revamped street staples like boxy tees, bomber jackets and sweatpants. Collars are streamlined or removed altogether, trousers sport asymmetric drawstrings and open-collar shirts boast contrasting piped seams. Billowing dresses and shawls are complemented by shirts cut with poncho-like sleeves and drapey sweaters, with tangzhuang-inspired shirting adding a hint of heritage to the designs. Straw hats and trim Portaille sandals keep the offerings teetering on the edge of classic and contemporary.
Check out the looks above and below and expect ANITYA to deliver the range in Japan early next year.
For more genderless SS19 offerings, check out brand new Japanese label ANEI.