Saturday, 6th May, 2017
The latest season from Deluxe sees the Japanese label taking a refined approach to a 1950’s workwear aesthetic. With the return of a number of staple designs, emphasis is on fabric and texture. The Bradley Shirt from Deluxe is one of their most popular shirt silhouettes that is reworked seasonally. The current offering is made of a textured woven cotton with a vibrant checkered pattern. As always, the shirt feature the signature Deluxe hidden side seam pockets, providing the shirt with a functional element.
The Big Up Pants are a standout cropped dress pant from the current season. Available in both black and grey, the Big Up features two tuck pleat detail and is constructed from a super breezy tropical summer weight wool blend. As always, all garments are made in Japan with meticulous attention to detail.
Also featured is the visvim 20L Ballistic Backpack in Navy. Constructed from military grade ballistic Cordura nylon, this premium piece of luggage is built to last. Further details include a neoprene laptop sleeve, media player pocket with headphone cord port and signature hand painted visvim detail.
The Common Projects Tournament Low in white suede is coupled with the sock from Canadian brand, Maple. True to their minimal aesthetic, Common Projects have delivered a versatile sneaker for everyday wear.