Japanese brand WEYEP, an imprint that specializes in reworked fabrics and upcycled garments, has shared the lookbook for its SS20 collection. Anchored by Wallabee-esque shoes, white sneakers, and white brogues, the styled looks see reworked garments taking front stage, with paneled button-down shirts contrasted by collegiate crewnecks, and military underpinnings juxtaposed by workwear sensibilities.
An obvious highlight of the Americana-leaning collection is a patchworked collegiate crewneck that features various upcycled panels clad with vibrant graphics, with the shoulder regions employing strips of paisley-printed fabric for added visual detailing. More reworkings come in the form of a Ralph Lauren polo, whereby three blue-dominate fabrics have been stitched vertically alongside one another. Other pieces include numerous casual shirting options, an elongated mesh shirt in camouflage, a trench-styled coat, a liner jacket, an elongated robe that’s been constructed from a vibrant knitted textile, and workwear-friendly jackets. This is met by a hefty offering of pants, including loose-fitting denim and chinos with frayed cuffs, paisley-printed trousers, chinos, and more.
Take a detailed look at WEYEP’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection above. The range is expected to hit WEYEP’s online store in the coming future.
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