ANITYA has honed its unique vision to a fine point over the past few seasons, yielding a series of sophisticated, quietly stylish collections that evolves with each new offering. For Spring/Summer 2020, the Japanese label continues developing its vision of relaxed genderless garments by taking cues from what designer Tomoyishi Kishi describes as “The Origin Of Clothes.”
Drawing inspiration from the processes surrounding clothing craft — citing actions like “wearing,” “binding,” and “hanging” — Kishi elevated contemporary items with classic, versatile appeal. Collarless single-button blazers, deconstructed double riders jackets and cropped denim jackets are all tweaked variations of wardrobe staples, lending dramatic proportions to the boxy pullovers, shirt dresses and cropped trousers that appear throughout. Neutral shades of black, white, beige and blue encourage modular looks, with adjusted closures and understated details that lend muted distinction to the goods.