Back near the end of November, Cav Empt wrapped up 2019 with the 20th drop of its FW19 lineup. The Tokyo label is back with its inaugural SS20 lookbook, highlighting its graphic-driven prowess over an exansive assemblage of utilitarian mid-layers through its distinctive neo-dystopian lens.
Featured in the range are a bold series of crewnecks, fleece zip-ups, multi-pocketed chore coats, cargo pants, graphic tees, iridescent coach jackets, nylon trousers and a bevy of other casual staples. One noteworthy piece is a charcoal zip-up jacket, equipped with silver-toned zippers at the shoulders. Just below the hardware are underarm vents for added breathability, while large “C.E.” branding is emboldened at the back near the hem. Another highlight is a pair of pants emblazoned with a bright multi-colored graphic that’s repeated throughout the piece. The motif depicts a round disc hung above two hands holding up boxed images over a globe. Below it is an anthropomorphic figure with the head of a large dial, followed by what appears to be an accordion the figure holds. Other garments like nylon tactical trousers, a black flight jacket, a teal corduroy jacket, a denim coat, a green polo shirt and graphic crewnecks round up the expansive collection.
Scroll through the gallery above to see Cav Empt’s latest SS20 Lookbook and head over to the label’s website to see more.