With its established craftsmanship and eccentric cultivation, KAPITAL pounces on this new season with relish. Never shying from bright colours and unconventional designs, KAPITAL saturates the collection with this spirit in mind. Fluorescent colours pop against intricate stitching, vivid graphics and, as always, hand-dyed indigo denims. Each piece seemingly floats into warmer weather, with slubbed cottons, lightweight denims and Recurring items, like patchwork wool knits, cotton slub tops, and quilted linen pieces. Both men’s and women’s styles flaunt the freedom and kojin shugi that KAPITAL advocates in its idiosyncratic designs. While we couldn’t include each and every piece of the collection for your perusal here, take a peek of the selected pieces above and discover the remaining pieces here.
WARMTH WITHOUT THE WEIGHT
Arc’teryx Veilance has a way with designing functional outerwear that can, arguably, be worn for formal occasions and to battle…Read More
Chitose Abe and her team returned to Paris last week to present their combined mens and womens collections for fall…Read More
Over the weekend, Junya Watanabe unveiled his forthcoming mens collection for autumn / winter 2018. As expected, the comprehensive runway…Read More
SOPHNET. releases its first editorial campaign for its forthcoming spring / summer 2018 collection. The short highlights an array of…Read More
Fine line tattoo artist, Dr. Woo gets his own Converse collaboration this season. Opting to customize the iconic Chuck Taylor…Read More
A figurehead of New York’s post-punk underground art scene in the 1980’s, Jean-Michael Basquiat was self-taught and self-expressive, until his…Read More
'Inspired by the culture, myths and exoticism of Bali.'
WACKO MARIA aren’t ones to shy away from bold and daring graphics. Their recent collaboration with Potato Head Bali, an…Read More