The collection puts a modern spin on retro-inspired designs: graphic T-shirts, polos, baseball caps, checkered short-sleeve button-ups, logo tees, nylon shorts and work pants, to mention a few.
Garments like the green polo, with its boxy cut and repeated logo pattern, the nylon shorts and baseball cap, borrow design cues from collegiate staples, while other pieces like the graphic tees paying homage to bands like Hall & Oates and Coldplay offer more casual styles to the collection. Standout pieces include the pale-toned Hawaiian shirt that comes with an abstract multi-colored print, a hand-made “floor rug and a T-shirt featuring collage-art by Japanese skater Daisaku Rei Hidaka, rounding off the expansive range of vintage-inspired goods.
BoTT’s SS21 collection is currently available on the label’s website, ranging from ¥7,150 – ¥22,000 JPY (approximately $65 – 201 USD).
In case you missed it, here’s a look at BoTT’s earlier HBX-exclusive capsule.