Artisanal Japanese fashion house Hender Scheme has presented its SS20 collection, dubbed “Diverse.” Purveyor of fine leather footwear, goods and accessories delivers a diverse slate of offerings with several standout pieces, using salient color palettes that artfully toe the line between elegant and bold.
The footwear offerings are centered around the latest in Hender Scheme’s Manual Industrial Products line of silhouettes — the Manual Industrial Product 22, a handcrafted homage to Nike‘s Air Force 1 Low. This marks a first for Hender Scheme: it’s created an Air Force 1 High in the past, but this is its first go-around with the low-top version. The remaining footwear offerings include styles like chunky wingtips juxtaposed with bold neon cinch laces, slip-on suede Chelsea boots with a crepe sole that’s almost rocker bottom style in nature, leather strap sandals with cork footbeds and supple leather slip-ons.
Apparel includes a brand new corduroy “swim short” with an elastic waistband and rear button pocket and a soft pink leather fisherman’s hat. Meanwhile, the accessories proffer everything from snakeskin-printed leather belts to various wallets and card holders, two-tone tote bags with natural leather straps and a standout leather keychain with a tri-color design that combines V-shaped pieces of leather.
The expansive collection will begin rolling out on November 30 at Hender Scheme retailers in Japan before arriving at international stockists mid-December. Prices range from ¥2,800 JPY (approximately $26 USD) for socks, to ¥64,000 JPY (approximately $590 USD) for various footwear options.
Take a look at select pieces from the collection above, and for more fashion news check out LANDLORD’S colorful new faux fur jackets.