Sasquatchfabrix. is back with its Spring/Summer 2020 lookbook. The visual presentation follows the label’s previous monochromatic FW19 lookbook, from back in June, by mixing in a range of bold colors with muted shades; the collection is dubbed “kaneai,” which in Japanese roughly translates to “balance.”
Featured is a series of billowing garments that draw inspiration from traditional Japanese silhouettes, tweaking each piece with modern cuts and textiles. Silhouettes like blazers, kimono noragi jackets, hakama pants, baggy denim, trench coats, kataginu vests, silk suits and boilersuits have been colored with vibrant splashes of paint and tie-dyes, alongside other more understated designs like plaid patterns and dark solid shades of indigo, black and heather gray.
One noteworthy piece in the range is the mustard yellow nylon overalls. The piece has been given a relaxed cut, complemented by a delicate nylon texture that gives it a drapey structure. At the top of the garment, adjustable ripstop shoulder straps are held down by two subtle silver-tone rivets, while tonal seams below finish off the piece. Another highlight is the painted short-sleeve noragi. Set atop a smokey black and white base, contrasting tones of teal, green, blue, yellow and pink have been artfully applied, reflecting the kind of textures you might see in traditional Japanese paintings. Other garments like the purple acid-dyed button-up, silk suit, earth-toned gingham trousers and raw denim are just a few other highlights among this season’s expansive range.
Scroll above for a look at the Sasquatchfabrix. Spring/Summer 2020 lookbook and head over to sasquatchfabrix.com for the full look — slated to release at select retailers on December 14.