H&M Studio Looks to Japan for Spring/Summer 2018
Minimalist pieces and utilitarian influences.
After its outdoor-themed collection for Fall/Winter 2017, H&M‘s Studio imprint has returned with a lookbook for its Spring/Summer 2018 release. The key inspiration for this collection is Japan, and particularly the country’s minimalist aesthetic, as well as workwear influences.
The understated influence is seen in the use of classic pieces — such as tailored jackets, shirting and knitwear — that have been subtly reworked in terms of silhouette, color or fabric. The workwear touches are also evident in pieces such as overcoats and utilitarian trousers. Lastly, the capsule features a range of different prints including check pieces, an all-over blue graphic and abstract dashes of color on sweatshirts. Take a look through all of the pieces above, with the collection slated to drop at the H&M web store directly after the Paris Fashion Week show on February 28 and in select stores on March 1.
In other fashion news, ALYX has revealed its British-influenced Spring/Summer 2018 collection.