Richardson Latest Collection Is an Ode to the Velour Tracksuit

Shot on the streets on Shinjuku and inside a Japanese shrine.

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Following last week’s partnership alongside anonymous design collective UNUSED, Richardson has now unveiled the latest addition to its Fall/Winter 2020 offering with a velour and workwear-inspired collection.

Shot on the streets of Shinjuku and inside a Japanese shrine in the midst of the Kumade Festival — an event that honors an ornamental bamboo rake — Richardson’s latest drop includes references from workwear apparel in the form of a Utility Suit, Haymes Jacket and Work Pants, while two matching velour tracksuits in either “Puce/Beige” or black/white also arrive.

Completing the collection is an all-weather coat that boasts an insulated quilted lining, zip closures and velcro fastening, and comes crafted in either duck canvas and weatherproof waxed cotton.

This latest Richardson collection is set to drop on November 19 via the brand’s online webstore.

In other news, actress Evelyn Choi has modelled Arc’teryx’s revamped Atom LT Jacket.

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