Edwin Fuses Military Style and Casual Sportswear for SS21

Dressed in a palette of classic militarian shades.

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Taking notes from classic wardrobe staples, casual sportswear and traditional military silhouettes, Japanese label Edwin presents its eclectic Spring/Summer 2021 menswear collection.

Historically known for its denim products, military influences arrive for SS21 in the form of hooded jackets, tactical vests, squad pants and shorts, all of which have been dressed in a palette of black, navy, “Desert” and “Olive”.

Contemporary nineties styling is also referenced in relaxed fits and workwear, while fabrics range from lightweight cord and linen canvas, to ripstop and reverse cotton Terry.

Embroidery on the Souvenir Survival Jacket and Souvenir From Japan Shirt pays homage to the brand’s Japanese roots, rounding out a collection that celebrates both expert craftsmanship and counterculture.

Edwin’s SS21 collection is available to buy now from the brand’s online webstore.

In other news, adidas Originals’ 90s-inspired Niteball has been re-released in two retro colorways.

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