Following the runway show for his seasonal Maison Mihara Yasuhiro collection earlier this January, designer Mihara Yasuhiro’s streetwear-oriented label MYNE has returned with a vibrant range of workwear leaning garments for its FW20 collection lookbook. In the collection, a variety of outerwear options, mid-layers, graphic shirting, and trousers are showcased against the backdrop of Japan’s abandoned Western Village theme park.
Notable highlights in the collection include a fireman-styled jacket and a variety of zipper-heavy Dickies trousers. The jacket features a corduroy construction in black with a contrasting beige collar. At the front are three massive metal clasps, with an embroidered “MYNE” logo placed in red at the left chest pocket. Continuing its long-running partnership with Dickies, MYNE has reworked the brand’s signature trousers with a bevy of silver-tone metal zippers and in beige, black, or two-tone burgundy and green iterations. Other pieces in the range include a green waffle knit with contrast stitching, loose-fitting cargo trousers, traditional work jackets emblazoned with vibrant all-over prints, and more.
Take a full look at MYNE’s FW20 collection above. Expect the range to drop later this year at the brand’s webstore.
For more lookbooks, take a look at Carrots SS20 “Grown in Malibu” collection.
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