Shortly after presenting its FW20 collection at Paris Fashion Week, sacai has unveiled a collaboration with acclaimed Japanese sculptor Haroshi, dropping exclusively at Shibuya PARCO. Featured is a wool duffle coat inspired by coats worn on the backs of infantrymen from the Royal Navy during World War II.
One distinctive detail of this jacket is the three large toothy toggles placed at the upper chest of the central closure, emblazoned with vibrant multi-colored streaks. The pattern comes from artist Haroshi’s earlier collaborative release with Medicom Toy, which made a series of BE@RBRICKs out of discarded skate decks — the jacket’s toggles were made using leftover scrap materials from the release. Starting at the top of the jacket, snap buttons appear at the edge of the hood that can be fastened in for a sleeker fit. Below, the garment comes with an elongated chin strap and extra shoulder panels, complemented by thick black ropes that hold the aforementioned toggles in place. Other details like deep pockets at the waist and adjustable cinching at the cuffs round up the militaristic design.
The Haroshi x sacai Duffle Coat will be available for raffle exclusively at 2G Tokyo at Shibuya PARCO from now until January 25, 3 p.m. JST. Customers will need to be at the 2G Tokyo’s physical space to enter the raffle.
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