Teppei Fujita and his sulvam imprint grace our pages for the first time — presenting its Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook. Fujita cut his teeth learning the ins and outs of contemporary menswear as a pattern-maker for Yohji Yamamoto, which becomes more than evident upon examining the featured cold-weather collection.
Presenting a full range of casual staples, the luxury label strikes an interesting balance between cleverly cleaning up relaxed looks on the one hand, while exposing unrefined charm via sophisticated fits on the other. For instance, a standout look sees a three-piece pinstriped suit display exposed side pockets, frayed hems and tan work-style boots below. Silhouette shapes take an intriguing turn as well, with jackets, button-down shirts, and trousers, each embracing both form-fitting profiles and slouchy structures throughout. Check out sulvam‘s Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook above.
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