Two years ago, KURO crafted an expansive arrangement of military-inspired styles for Fall/Winter 2018, boldly restraining its colors for clean-cut looks. Highlighting an assemblage of oversized, boxy silhouettes, the Japanese label has returned with its latest FW 2020-21 lookbook, placing an emphasis on deconstruction this time around.
Spanning the range is a series of baggy trench coats, flight jackets, fleece zip-ups, denim jackets, knit sweaters, hoodies, parkas, shearling jackets, pleated trousers and button-ups, to name a few. One key highlight from the collection is a sherpa jacket with a boxy fit that bears the shape of a shearling jacket. It comes with a light marbly blue and creamy white palette, twin buckles at the collars, exposed seams and silver-toned zippers. The piece sees an oversized fit with enough room to be worn over a number of layers. Another noteworthy piece is an olive flight jacket that’s been reconstructed with upcycled fabrics. Besides its satin lining, the jacket boasts a durable cotton exterior made up of asymmetrical panels. Other garments like the striped pants, paint splatter denim jacket, elongated button-ups, thick hoodies and oversized puffer jackets round up the expansive range.
Though no official release dates have been revealed, scroll through the images above for an early look at KURO’s Fall/Winter 2020-21 lookbook.
In case you missed it, check out 8DIVISION’s minimal SS20 in-house collection.