KOZABURO Unveils Snow Peak Collab for FW22

Featuring weather-proof footwear and outerwear.

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Permeated with Buddhist influences, Kozaburo Akasaka’s eponymous clothing label often implements spiritual philosophies and concepts into its collections — his “WA” collection for Spring/Summer 2021 took inspiration from the Buddhist doctrine that explored ideas of harmony and space.

KOZABURO’s Fall/Winter 2022 “Bon” collection included pieces in collaboration with Snow Peak, manifested from both brands’ shared value of mindfulness. The collab comprises a total of 9 items, ranging from outerwear to footwear in monochromic black and navy. The lineup is composed of highly breathable yet flame-retardant fabrics, which will keep the body insulated under harsh outdoor climates.

Preview the lookbook in the gallery above.

Priced between ¥38,000 to ¥62,000 JPY (approximately $273 – $445 USD), the assortment of items is currently available for purchase at KOZABURO’s website.

Elsewhere in fashion, Human Made readies Vol.1 of its Season 24 Outdoor Collection.

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