Following last year’s SS19 collection, Japanese label BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS is back with its new Spring/Summer 2020 lookbook, spotlighting a range of casual staples imbued with military and sartorial inspirations.
The lineup is made up of garments like pin-striped button-ups, bandana-patterned shirts, linen blazers, field jackets, pleated slacks, denim jackets and tie-dyed tees steeped in a range of vibrant warm-weather palettes.
One noteworthy piece is the black bandana shirt that’s been made with a light wool-linen blend. It comes with short spread collars, a buttoned chest pocket and a semi-loose fit. The piece boasts glossy black buttons and reinforced seams at the front yoke as well as the forearms.
Another highlight is a dark navy M55-inspired jacket. Complementing the jacket’s boxy cut, the piece comes with a four-pocket construction: two snap button flap pockets at the chest and two velcro-lined compartments below. The jacket sees a hidden central button closure, standard lapels and a white brand label at the left to round up the garment’s design.
Other pieces like the cream-colored chinos, beige commuter jacket, light blue trousers, teal hoodie and white dress shirt complete the collection.
Scroll through the images above for a look at BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS’ Spring/Summer 2020 lookbook and head over to the label’s website to shop now.
In other fashion news, check out Tim Lehi and WACKO MARIA’s collaborative SS20 Vietnam jackets.