TIGHTBOOTH is back with its new Summer 2020 lookbook. The label is the brain child of Japanese skater Shinpei Ueno, whose distinctive lens on streetwear essentials often take the form of oversized silhouettes. Following its collaboration with fragment from back in October, this season’s lineup is another vibrant refinement of loose, breezy styles enlivened by bright pop colors and delicate fabrics.
The collection spans T-shirts, baggy trousers, long-sleeves and button-ups. One distinctive piece is a multi-paneled T-shirt constructed with thick vertical earth-toned stripes. It comes with dropped shoulders and billowing sleeves that extend past the elbows. A dark olive panel runs down the center of the shirt, framed by lighter chartreuse palettes that also cover the shoulders.
Another noteworthy garment is a pair of trousers that’s been embellished with a painterly all-over print. Sporadically glossed over in red, white, gray and black, the pattern gives the garment a sleek summer aesthetic accentuated by the piece’s voluminous cut. Other garments like the Dracula-inspired graphic tee, Tyvek tote bag, lime button-up and chambray half-buttoned long-sleeve round up the concise assemblage.
TIGHTBOOTH’s Summer 2020 collection is currently available on the label’s website, ranging from $72 – $226 USD.
In case you missed it, check out cashmerepullover’s colorful SS20 collection.