Masayuki Ino’s doublet imprint continues to drop unexpected and playful garments in its latest collection. Inspired greatly by sustainability in fashion, the Japanese label debuted its 2022 Spring/Summer collection at an organic farm.
Ino commented that being sustainable is not enough to make fashion as a whole great although it is important. Instead, his approach is “rebellious punk fashion with environmentally friendly materials.” “Let’s make bad-behavior clothes in a good, responsible way,” he said.
Spanning from motorcycle vests, metallic vinyl shorts, bomber jackets to billowy pants, the punk-fueled assemblage is dressed in earthy tones and is highlighted by red, yellow and silver. Plant-based pieces can be seen throughout the season’s lookbook such as a knit sweater made from discarded banana leaves and a mushroom-leather rider jackets. Some noteworthy pieces include the patchwork jacket, paper-bag-like pants, and a long vest reconstructed from suits. The collection also references famous produce stickers in the form of graphic tees.
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