Tokyo’s Minotaur introduces more technically adept casualwear for Spring/Summer 2018. In line with its Fall/Winter 2018 collection, the brand demonstrates its signature blend of progressive designs and wearable staples.
Minimalist modern clothing is the name of the game, with a host of wearable looks updated with progressive textiles, instead of bold graphics. Mostly neutral-toned, the range centers around trim pants, plain shirts and progressive layering pieces. Corset lacing grans an asymmetrically-laced parka further visual interest and Minotaur’s wrinkly cotton fabric informs an off-white coat and blazer. Rain-ready coats are indicative of the brand’s weather-resistant fabrics, which also upgrade polo shirts, patch-pocket jackets and shorts, while breton-stripe shirts add a nautical flair to long-sleeved shirts.
Shop the new collection now on Minotaur’s web store. Elsewhere, fellow Japanese imprint Spellbound also offered up similarly low-key styling for Spring/Summer 2018.