FACETASM Aims to Bring Back Positive Vibes for SS21

Designed to evoke fun and enjoyable memories.

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Since making its debut during Tokyo Fashion Week in 2011, FACETASM has gone on to share its collections at Milan and Paris, and grow its own dedicated following. 2011 was the year of Japan’s devastating earthquake and Tokyo was a dark and desolate place during its initial rebuild.

Now for the first time in five years, FACETASM returns to the Japanese capital with its “More Memories” collection. In a year like no other, the brand aims to change people’s feelings towards the current state of the world and allow them to cherish the same memories and feelings the label has along the way.

Through an array of unisex garments comprising everything from outerwear and jackets, to accessories and minimal pieces — FACETASM’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection aims to bring back fun and enjoyable memories and encourage consumers to create a better world together.

Keep up-to-date with all FACETASM releases via the label’s webstore.

In other news, ROKIT has highlighted social injustice with its Holiday 2020 collection.

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