Since 2003, Daisuke Yokoyama and Katsuki Araki have been reinterpreting contemporary reworks of traditional silhouettes and distinct fusions of eastern and western styles through their label Sasquatchfabrix. And after teaming up with NEEDLES back in April for a print-heavy apparel capsule, the Japanese imprint has just unveiled its new Autumn/Winter ‘23 lookbook. The fresh batch of pieces includes a healthy blend of neutral-toned staples, as well as louder, statement-type garments, all of which are designed with detailed proportions.
For this new range, Yokoyama and Araki once again gravitate towards traditional Japanese-inspired silhouettes and add technical and safari-adjacent garments into the mix. Standout outerwear pieces include the playfully-printed blazers, collared robes, pocket-heavy denim jackets, puffers with built-in scarves, and soft-textured kimonos. Other key tops include adventurous shirting, patch-adorned zip-up vests, knitted vests, anoraks, denim coveralls, button-up cardigans and wool varsity jackets. Furthermore, Sasquatchfabrix. has readied an array of bottoms that include all-over patterned options, two-toned nylon pants, pleated styles, cargo joggers, light-washed denim and neutral-toned variations.
Parties who are interested in picking up pieces can find the full collection available via the Sasquatchfabrix. online store come Saturday, July 15.
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