ANITYA's FW20 Lookbook Contrasts Rugged Terrain and Refined Layering

A sophisticated collection informed by clean lines and textiles.

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Emerging Japanese label ANITYA has toyed with sleek shapes in its seasonal offerings since it rebranded from Samsara in 2017. The brand’s Fall/Winter 2020 range upholds its exploration of sleek, refined shapes, setting the elevated garments amidst a rugged mountain landscape.

Informed by neutral tones and relaxed cuts, ANITYA’s FW20 range is dubbed “EXOPHONY,” described as the practice of writing in a language that is not one’s mother tongue. This relates the inspiration behind the range: native herdsman and sherpa who shroud themselves in hand-woven blankets and enormous hats to protect from winter’s chill.

Accompanying these borrowed designs is a variety of ANITYA signatures, including sculpted blazers, boxy trucker jackets, cropped straight-leg pants and layered shirting. Textural intrigue is wrought by wool and leather, abetted by dense cotton twills and gabardines, whose sleek surface makes for a stark counterpart to the more organic items.

Head to ANITYA’s site for a closer look at Fall/Winter 2020, arriving at Japanese stockists this month.

Elsewhere in Japan, KUON delivered a closer look at its Fall/Winter 2020 collection.

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