Presented are a range of garments captured under a faint overcast behind early to mid-century-style facades and interiors — a fittingly organic setting for the delicate goods. Presented are a series of refined workwear silhouettes imbued with folk-inspirations like billowing noragis, khaki overalls, thickly knit cardigans, long parkas, wool coats and multi-paneled vests.
Standout pieces like the long, cream-colored trench coat and ISDT Boots highlight a mature take on cold-weather garments, taking up new mud-dyes and intricate textiles for a refreshing yet timeless look and feel. One spotlight includes the Four Corners Coat Ichimatsu, clad in black and white checkers. Contrasting buttons and tightly woven top-stitching around the outer borders top off the piece. Other garments like the Kenai Down Jacket, Scrimmage Jumbo Tee and Cowichan Hand-knit sweater, shine a light on Hiroki Nakamura’s penchant for building long-lasting quality staples that somehow seem to look even better with age.
Though no official dates have been confirmed, the visvim FW19-20 collection is expected to release soon. Stay tuned and head over to visvim.tv to see more.