Tokyo-based label ARCHON have released its Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook, following up its previous SS19 collection with another round of streetwear staples inspired by bold graphics, deconstruction, and techincal fabrics.
Dubbed “TWO FACES,” the latest visuals capture a series of utilitarian garments behind a hazy neon-lit backdrop. Hi-tech garments like modded hoodies and shirts, cropped pants and others accompany key pieces like long, highly compartmentalized parkas and various reworked knitwear. Colors of black, white, beige, neon lime and red are the primary palettes considered in this season’s lineup.
One standout piece is the long parka, complete with multiple straps, pockets and zippers. It comes with a removable bag at the back, a raised mask at the collars and “ARCHON” branding printed at the middle. Other pieces like the double-hooded sweatshirt, raised-collar knits, wide pants and graphic emblazoned pieces have been included in the dynamic range, uniformly shining a light on progressive and technical design applications.
Though no official release dates have been disclosed, fans can expect ARCHON’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection to drop in the month of July at archon-jp.com.
In other related news, DIVINITIES’ Summer 2019 Collection continues with heavily referenced graphics.