Japanese Label MARKA Showcases Rich '90s Influence in SS19 Editorial

Baggy silhouettes and beefy sneakers.

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MARKA, the heritage-influenced sister label of MARKAWARE, goes back to the ’90s for its Spring/Summer 2019 offering, showcased in a new editorial by ARKNETS. Slouchy striped tees, oversized blazers and baggy chinos reinforce the throwback influences. Chunky deck sneakers aid in balancing the oversized silhouettes, while tapered jeans offer a slight contrast to the layered looks. Playful plaids and stripes add graphic intrigue to billowing shirts, with intelligent French seams, plush tropical wool and lightweight typewriter cotton making hot weather layering that much easier.

The entire Spring/Summer 2019 collection is currently available via ARKNETS’s site.

Elsewhere in Japan, visvim debuted its colorful Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook.

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