no. has lensed its Fall/Winter 2020 editorial, highlighting an expansive assemblage of finely cut layers. The Japanese label is made up of an anonymous team comprised of stylists, pattern makers, graffiti artists and other design-conscious professionals that offer unique perspectives to create distinctive garments.
Dubbed “CRASIK,” the new collection encompasses an array of finely textured silhouettes, like wool parkas, down vests, peacoats, plaid shirts, cotton twill button-ups and loosely tailored trousers, to mention a few. Garments like the checkered wool suits and oversized peacoats showcase the label’s affinity for sartorial classics, while pieces like quilted down vests and hooded nylon pullovers offer a more technical side to the collection. Other noteworthy highlights like the ivory-toned double-layered trench coat, loose khaki slacks, sleek navy button-ups and deconstructed wool jackets round up the dynamic range.
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