salvy;, the Japanese label founded by Hirokazu Goh in 2013, has released its latest collection for the Fall/Winter 2018 season. Last season the brand showed off its down-to-earth takes on warm weather clothing for its Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook and now salvy; has taken that approach to this season.
The designer, who’s previously worked for Issey Miyake, Jas-MB and Giuliano Fujiwara continues to create casual and minimalist clothing, consisting of hooded outerwear, rust-colored knitwear, wide-leg trousers and casual suiting. There’s subtle twists to the pieces, with suiting including a sporty side-stripe, overcoats with only top button fastening and high sheen trousers. The range will be available from the usual salvy; retailers in July.
In other fashion news, PHINGERIN recently released its colorful Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook.