The Common Folk’s Spring Summer 2017 collection is a tongue-in-cheek mix of traditional Japanese silhouettes and athleisure, decked in the season’s colors and patterns. The headliner is a kimono-length reversible sukajan, but all the pants are fire.
Japanese brand Prospective Flow gave the traditional haori jacket a more casual trim as part of its 2017 Spring/Summer collection. The hemp and cotton shirts have a slim cut with dropped shoulders, cropped sleeves and a rounded hem. Available in indigo and black.
The latest version of Ministry of Supply’s dress shirt has a collar that won’t droop, splay or curl. The collar and cuffs have also been reinforced so they won’t get wrecked when washed. Its knit fabric is 19x more breathable than cotton, stretchable and needs no ironing.
The highlights of Canadian brand The Common Folk’s Fall Winter 2016 collection include everything. They’re all good. All of them. The Kimon collection features shirts, jackets, pants and overalls in traditional Japanese silhouettes with embroidered or heat pressed family crests.
You won’t be able to hide easily in this eyecatching take on the camouflage print, this long-sleeve tee is constructed from two authentic military patterns, stitched straight down the middle. Also in a short-sleeve variant, though we prefer the grey/green color scheme.
If you enjoy staying active in the wintertime, you’ll appreciate Mountain Hardware’s button down offering. With a touch of elastane and an active fit, this shirt moves with you and wicks moisture so you can stay fresh and toasty hiking to the trailhead or to the bar.