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visvim® Previews AW18

Hiroki Nakamura’s fascination with forgotten artisanal craft continues into autumn, and further informs how he explores textile manipulation and ultimately his own personal philosophies. Underpinning each and every garment for AW18, are ideas cultivated through his travels; from learning how to apply fish oil to leathers in Germany, visiting the Horween facility in Chicago and back to Japan to rediscover dye and stitching techniques, few are as obsessed with fabrics as Nakamura displays. Americana, military garb and traditional Japanese silhouettes are updated, with highlights seen in the satin sukajan jacket, Katazuri blanket yukata and treated leather coats. I’m looking forward to previewing the full AW18 visvim® line in the weeks to come.

 

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