Japanese designer http://tetehomme.com/kiminori_morishita/index.html”>Kiminori Morishita is known for his military and vintage inspired materials in new modern shapes and cuts. Prior to launching his own company, the designer gathered some solid industrial experience with Tete Homme and Tete Homme Garnier. For his collaboration with http://uniqlo.com”>UNIQLO that is now available in stores, the designer tapped into vintage American outerwear to create a line that sends all the right vibes for fall frolicking. Corduroy button downs in with vintage prints of reindeer and snowflakes exudes a comforting familiarity for some much needed holiday nostalgia. Knits, sweaters and some great outerwear such as a hooded parka with faux fur-lining is slim cut with a more modern silhouette to fit into a more modern context. A solid collection for the men in perpetual wander and exploration, the items are now available inhttp://uniqlo.com”> UNIQLO.
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