KIIT References Retro Looks for Spring/Summer 2019

Acid-washed jeans and plaid stand out in this lookbook.

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Japanese menswear label KIIT previews its forthcoming spring/summer collection with its latest lookbook. Designers Yujiro Takeda and Hiroki Ito, known for their expert tailoring, takes cues from mainstream trends during the ’80s and ’90s for its newest range of clothing. Incorporating familiar staples such as acid-washed jeans, striped button downs, khaki pants, oversized sweater vests and tattersall plaid designs, the collection gives a nostalgic nod to fashion’s past. To keep things interesting, the brand infuses some innovative details in the form of asymmetrical dresses, racer stripes and open-back shirts.

Scroll through the gallery to see the looks above, and expect KIIT’s latest collection to hit its online store in the coming months.

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