Preview for my piece for the @otayuriwczine! I also designed the bookmark for the bundle as well, but that’s a surprise ;) Pre-orders are going on until the 15th of September so grab yours while you can! <3
Entering Camoshita’s exquisite booth at Pitti has now become one of the most anticipated experiences on the fashion calendar - especially if the master himself is there to guide you through his latest creations. If memory serves me right, I got immediately hooked on Camoshita’s collections ever since I attended my second edition of Pitti back in 2010: driven by my love for Japanese labels and United Arrows’s amazing work, visiting the stand seemed only natural.
The inherent beauty of Camoshita’s pieces, besides the uniquely unexpected color palettes, luxurious materials and sturdy construction, is the timeless elegance they portray, undoubtedly the result of its founder’s extensive know-how of menswear history. The numerous influences that propel Yasuto Kamoshita to create his collections, incorporate several periods and historical movements of menswear, spread across continents and generations - from Americana to Ivy League, British tailoring and a very personal interpretation of the classics healthily biased by his Japanese sensitivity.
For SS18, Camoshita plays with bolder shades than usual, with striking regal blues and neon pink merging with the trademark hues of brown, yellow, green, burgundy and slate grey. The result is a sophisticated approach to men’s elegance, mixing tailored elements with casual ones to portray a very particular vision of contemporary male elegance, one that is seamlessly embodied by Kamoshita on every attire.
I printed off the zine to have one last go-over before we send it off to the publisher on Saturday! You can see @kawaiilo-ren and @creemsicaal’s pieces in this preview. ;) (the book won’t be this big, I printed on regular printer paper)
The brainchild of acclaimed entrepreneur and menswear icon Alessandro Squarzi, Fortela keeps on delivering a cohesive take on tailored workwear-inspired garments. An accurate materialisation of Squarzi’s personal interpretation of style, the label manages to deliver a surprisingly versatile range of relaxed staples suitable to virtually any wardrobe.
Heavily inspired by both vintage and military universes, two of its founder’s passions, the collections incorporate an array of field and military jackets, utility vests, denim and heavy duty chinos, made from army deadstock and Japanese fabrics and carefully assembled by master tailors in Italy. The result is an eclectic, yet extremely contemporary approach to menswear that embodies multiple inspirational sources in an ode to the polished workwear movement.
If you’re in Milan be sure to drop by their newly inaugurated store to check Fortela’s latest offerings.
so i finally finished that persona 4 wip i posted like way back in dec… for the persona zine which is? on hiatus right now? but as soon as the organization gets going again, i’m gonna post another preview!
thanks all for being patient with me even though i don’t draw that much cries;; i know my art is boring but i’m trying my hand at more bgs and painting these days – gotta work hard and push myself!! ><)9
As usual, Japanese SENSE Magazine previews the upcoming collection from Visvim through a curated editorial, this time around featuring some flat shots highlights along with looks. Enjoy the small glimpse above and keep an eye out for the first drops at selected retailers.
A little preview of the spooky collection! I’m finishing up taking photos then everything will be listed tonight🔮🎃👽 AND From now until the end of October all packages will have spooky sticker packs containing holographic and sparkly puff stickers! Not all stickers are shown here, so you never know what you might get 👀