Following the most previous release from two weeks ago, Cav Empt has returned with its sixth drop of SS20. The Tokyo-based label has delivered a concise range of light warm-weather garments, imbued with distinctive characteristics like bold graphics, silver-toned hardware, and thick fabrics.
One noteworthy piece is the navy coach jacket that’s been treated with a dark indigo biowash. It comes with large lapels, raglan sleeves and two diagonal welt pockets at the waist. Glossy, tonal central buttons line the front closure, complemented by the jacket’s straight hem and cinched cuffs. At the back of the piece, a contrasting outline of a rectangle is embroidered in bright pink, while the letters “C” and “E” appear on two sides of the rectangle, next to outlines of the label’s Ziggurat motif.
Another highlight is a black three-quarter-length parka that’s been built with sleek nylon fabrics. It comes with a long silver-toned central zip closure that matches zippers at the chest and waist pockets. The garment also comes with a smooth satin lining, adjustable snap buttons at the cuffs and a red arm patch as finishing notes to the jacket. Other pieces like the gray pullover sweater, yellow button-up shirt, its matching pants, and a brown and black splinter-lined jacket round up the concise assemblage.
Cav Empt’s sixth drop is currently available at the label’s website, ranging from $195 – $625 USD.