Cav Empt Stays True to Its Design Aesthetic for FW18
Eclectic graphics and multi-textile goodness.
Founders Toby Feltwell and SK8THNG continue to experiment with multi-textile silhouettes for Cav Empt‘s Fall/Winter 2018 collection. A procession of models clad in rugged outerwear, oversized sweatshirts and hoodies, relaxed shirting, patchwork trousers, and compact accessories is observed in the recently unveiled lookbook for the cold-season range. Standouts include hooded jackets with dispersed graphics on the back portions, pared-down puffer coats with velcro detailing on the front portions, all-over printed fleece sweaters with half-zippered collars, and raw denim trousers with splattered motifs. Altogether, this new selection stays true to the Japanese brand’s design aesthetic.
View the looks above and head over to Cav Empt’s official website to learn more. In related news, check out this season’s best patterns that were flaunted during New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019.