HYKE Spotlights adidas Collaboration in Military-Inspired FW20 Collection

A range of oversized outerwear with vintage detailing.

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After unveiling its latest sneaker collaboration with adidas for Spring/Summer 2020, Japanese fashion label HYKE has unveiled its Fall/Winter 2020 collection during Tokyo Fashion Week via livestream. Designers Hideaki Yoshihara and Yukiko Ode showcased the range of voluminous outerwear and elegant pieces inspired by vintage military and workwear styles reinterpreted with a modern twist.

A military-inspired color palette of olive green, brown and black informs the range, accented by stripes, windowpane check and double lattice checks. Key pieces from the collection include outerwear coats inspired by by ’50s French military hospital coats with wide collars that can be flipped up to protect the neck and overcoats with toggle closures that take details from British Royal Navy Fearnought smocks. US Army surgical gown details from the ’80s are seen in dresses with collar tie closures, while the US M-43 parka takes new shape in a poncho style.

For the Fall/Winter 2020 season, HYKE continues its collaboration with adidas, introducing a new collection of footwear, outerwear, tops and skirts that draws from adidas’ ADVENTURE SERIES from the ’90s. Oversized jacket silhouettes updated with experimental cuts and accented with buckles are paired with the duo’s speckled pullovers. The brand also showcases its ongoing partnerships with BEAUTIFUL SHOES by Toshinosuke Takegahara and CHACOLI bags.

Take a closer look at the runway images above and expect the FW20 collection to drop later this year.

In other news, LIFUL MINIMAL GARMENTS looks to the 1990s for its latest Summer 2020 collection.

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