The collection is quintessential of Japanese streetwear, fusing formal attire and cuts with a bold and contemporary finish, seen most notably in pieces such as the hooded lab coats made from flannel-like brushed cotton. In complete contrast to this, Humis presents a yellow jacket lined with a purple interior and accented by black taping.
Workwear is referenced through pieces including the white corduroy two-piece, which is worn with a white T-shirt sporting a collage of black-and-white photos of the former football referee Pierluigi Collina — who is widely considered to be the greatest football referee of all time.
Rounding off Humis’ FW19 collection is a variety of boldly colored shorts and a pair of rubbery bomber jackets. Take a look at the lookbook in the gallery above and find out more on Humis’ website.
In other news, the Tokyo-based label YSTRDY’S TMRRW has unveiled its FW19 collection.