Trove FW19 Channels Ultimate Comfort

The Japanese brand delivers cozy layers and relaxed silhouettes.

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Organic Japanese brand Trove has garnered a devout group of Tokyo-based fans devoted to its Mori Boy garments, which have evolved as the brand has grown. Much like Fall/Winter 2018, Fall/Winter 2019 is a sophisticated selection of relaxed silhouettes, bold patterns and neutral tones, executed in comfy winter textiles.

Fleece, wool and cotton corduroy appear throughout, lending a softness to the shawl collar coats, boxy pea coats and slouchy trousers that inform the oversized silhouettes, utilizing longline shirts and layered aprons to extend the proportions beyond the loose-fitting layers. Earthy shades inform much of the collection, with various dark navy hues, sunny yellow accents and plaids contrasting bolstering understated double-breasted coats, track jackets and velvet pullovers. Sporty anoraks and hooded parkas recall Trove designer Daisuke Kamide’s technical brand, Teatora, without sacrificing the slouchy motif that informs Trove’s ethos.

Pre-order the Fall/Winter 2019 collection on Trove’s international web store now.

Elsewhere in Japan, Iroquois served up slouchy SS20 styling.

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