Designer Takanohiro Okude’s LASTFRAME imprint follows in the footsteps of other brands he’s helped orchestrate in the past such as nana-nana, delivering a slew of accessories that take a futuristic approach to traditional Japanese manufacturing practices. With the brand’s latest FW20 collection, the designer continues to harness his love for qualitative craftsmanship and vibrant textiles.
In the range, the brand’s mainstay silk scarves are rigorously spotlighted, offering up a slew of patterns from the Ishikawa prefecture that have been printed using Yokohama’s traditional manufacturing technology, further hand-sewn by artisanal craftsmen. In addition to a variety of scarves, the brand has also put together various ribbed knit bags constructed from pliable polyester fabric. These pieces have equally been made in Japan using a specialized knitting machine only available locally. Many of these are offered in two-tone variations, revealing the color underneath when stretching the material.
Take a detailed look at LASTFRAME’s FW20 collection above. Expect the various pieces to arrive on the brand’s webstore in the near future.
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