KAPITAL Drops Modular 60/40 Cross KAMAKURA Anorak
Featuring traditional sashiko patterns.
Japanese stalwart KAPITAL is back with its latest release, following up the previously seen upcycled cardigans with an anorak intricately detailed with traditional Japanese sashiko stitching — the 60/40 Cross KAMAKURA Anorak.
One highlight of the piece is that it’s distinctly modular. It comes with detachable panels that can be snapped on and off for different looks. The black panel at the back is a pouch that the jacket can be neatly folded into. It can also be rolled up and put through two small openings at the hood to resemble black horns. At the front, a large beige panel can be layered over the main body, offsetting the busy sashiko patterns detailed allover. Around the lower areas are two waist pockets colored in beige, while the inner bottom lining is decorated with bright patterns of pink and teal. Other details like the detachable velcro straps, adjustable drawstrings and brass snap buttons round up the piece.
The KAPITAL 60/40 Cross KAMAKURA Anorak is currently available at kapital-webshop.jp for $963 USD.
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