KAPITAL is back with another rendition of its bivouac-bandana pieces, following up the previously released drop of crewnecks with elongated cardigans. The silhouette is inspired by bivouacs — temporary shelters used by soldiers sent from the main camp to keep an eye out for any threats.
To reflect the outdoor concept, each piece features chain-stitch nylon quilting at the back, offsetting the busy patterns at the front. Coming in five distinctive colorways, each piece is emblazoned with patchwork bandana prints accented by various faded dyes — purple, teal, black, and white. Compared to the previous releases, the cardigans see an elongated build and a five-button front closure. Two pockets are placed at the bottom, while cream-colored ribbing at the hem and cuffs give the piece a vintage feel. As a final note, two hidden zipper pockets are placed at the waist for extra utility.
KAPITAL’s quilted bandana bivouac cardigans are currently available at kapital-webshop.jp for $300 USD.