The assemblage spans multi-paneled parkas, billowing ski jackets, fleece zip-ups, hoodies, corduroy trousers, overalls, cargo pants and crewneck sweaters, to mention a few. One noteworthy piece is a large hoodie that’s been detailed with a monochromatic splinter pattern. It comes with a sleek water-resistant shell seen on its matching trousers — the same pattern is also detailed on a fanny pack with added “TIGHTBOOTH” branding. Another highlight is a pair of white overalls constructed with thick corduroy. The piece sees sleek silver-toned buttons and zippers, suede flap pockets at the legs and a subtle “TIGHTBOOTH” logo on the left leg. Other garments like velvet hoodies, cream-colored button-ups, nylon track pants, graphic T-shirts and weatherproof zip-ups round off the expansive collection.
TIGHTBOOTH’s FW20 collection is currently available on the label’s website, ranging from $51 – $290 USD.
In case you missed it, check out Daido Moriyama’s pop-up at Tokyo’s skateboarding facility QUCON.