F-LAGSTUF-F is back with its latest seasonal range. The Japanese label has opted to go heavy on the prints and deconstruction this time around, crafting a concise assemblage of ski jackets, zip-ups, graphic T-shirts and pants. This follows a three-way collaboration with Goodhood and Kosuke Kawamura unveiled earlier last month.
Leading the collection is a set of custom ski jackets that have been reconstructed using a variety of upcycled fabrics: the result is an intricate patchwork of vibrant pop colors, prints and patterns. Each piece comes with raised collars, a concealed central closure, twin flap pockets and adjustable cinching at the waist and arms. A small patch logo is placed at the upper left chest, contrasted by a small velcro strip on the right, while other details like adjustable cuffs and drawstrings at the hem complete the silhouette’s design.
Another highlight is a cotton zip-up jacket emblazoned with an image of a furry green monster. The print appears at the upper left chest, next to
a silver-toned zip closure and spread collars. “F-LAGSTUF-F” branding is emboldened at the back with a larger print of the animated character, complemented by a tiny patch logo at the right sleeve and adjustable at the bottom of the piece. Other garments like the monochromatic logo tees and black trousers round up the concise assemblage.
F-LAGSTUF-F’s latest seasonal range is currently available on the label’s website and at its newly opened physical retail space Four Store in Tokyo.
In case you missed it, F-LAGSTUF-F fashioned a miniature monster into an incense chamber.
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