Style stalwart Stay Made shares their spring/summer 2018 lookbook. This release, entitled ‘Fruition’, reflects the years of research and development designer Stefan Ayon put into self-taught pattern making and garment construction. These remarkably crafted pieces are saturated in the spirit of work-wear, challenging traditional silhouettes with practical design and Japanese tropes. Incredibly, each piece is sustainably produced and constructed; the textiles are sourced from Missouri, Oregon and New England, and cut and sewn in Manhattan in a family-owned factory. Restaurateurs Tatsumi Suyama and Mirei Yanagawa trade their chef’s whites for rich earth tones, sumptuous leather and feathery linens as models in this lookbook. For a better look at the brand, check out their site here.
Photography: Adam Katz Sinding