For its latest jacket, Tokyo design collective Sasquatchfabrix appropriated sakiori, a woven fabric that’s made from worn out cloth and garments. It was made in ancient Japan when cotton was hard to come by. This jacket is made from scraps of military fabric.
Coldsmoke borrowed a couple of details from modern raincoats to freshen up the flight jacket. The shop’s MA-1 has a tailored hem with no elastic waistband, a beautiful water-repellent DWR Japanese fabric and graphite zippers. Available in green, blue and gray.
Bandai Namco’s Heihachi souvenir jacket is both awesome and infuriatingly expensive. It’s reversible, with both sides made of soft and shiny charmeuse. One side is embroidered with Heihachi, while the other side has his gi’s trademark tiger face. Limited to 1,000 pieces.
Japanese brand Sophnet gives us a preppier way to rock camouflaged patterns by applying them on a coach jacket. Available in woodland or desert camo, the jacket has front pockets, a drawstring hem, elastic cuffs and an applique Sophnet logo on the back.
A slim and short coach jacket from Comme de Garcons casual wear sub-label Ganryu. It’s made of nylon with polyester lining and has angled side pockets, drawcord adjustable hem, Velcro chest patch and a bright orange collar. Available in navy or black.
NikeLab made jackets for the eventual American and Brazilian medalists at the 2016 Olympics to wear when they receive their award. The jackets have a windproof front, ventilated side and rear and ribbed knit sleeves for comfort. Drops 7/28/16.
The three stripes and the three sides are about to own summer with this dope collection. The line features ’90s sportswear and accessories such as a towel jacket, a reflective crewneck and a polo shirt straight from your uncle’s hamper. Drops 5/21/16.
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