HAVEN has showcased the latest garment’s from visvim‘s eclectic Spring/Summer 2020 catalog. After just releasing the suede Gila Moc Mid II in “Folk Black” and “Folk Camel,” the Canadian retailer has lensed an array of other bold staples, enlivened by Hiroki Nakamura‘s rustic designs — mil-spec-inspired noragis, denim chore coats, short-sleeve button-ups, oxford shirts, graphic tees and mud-dyed liners, to name a few.
Each piece has been made with blended natural fibers that have been carefully treated with unique dyes. One noteworthy piece is the Enfield Hunting jacket that’s treated using a technique called DRY DENIM — a process that removes excess oils from denim fibers in order to get a dense, shrunken texture with a dry feel similar to that of vintage clothing. It comes with twin chest pockets, a long deerhide zip pull and rounded collars, finished with a mature olive palette for a rustic look.
Another highlight is the reversible Iris jacket, constructed with high-oz. Italian nylon. The liner comes with modular buttons that can be attached to outer layers for extra warmth, but the piece is insulated and holds enough structure to be worn on its own. The lower half of the garment is decorated with thin American vintage candy-colored stripes, complemented by reinforcement panels along the elbows. Smooth piping and cream-colored rayon fabrics line the interiors to finish off the piece. Other garments like the washed-out Sanjuro Kimonos, Jumbo Pastoral Braces, short sleeve Kethum shirt and Albacore Bandana N.D. button-up round up the vibrant spotlight.
Scroll through the gallery above for a look at HAVEN’s latest SS20 editorial on visvim — pieces currrently available on HAVEN’s website, ranging from $302 – $2,204 USD.
In case you missed it, check out visvim’s $3,875 USD Kieje Haveli “PEERLESS” coat.