WTAPS‘ upcoming Fall/Winter 2014 collection offers few surprises, and that’s a good thing, especially for longtime fans of the Japanese brand’s modernist take on vintage looks. Military-inspired motifs are a dominant theme here, seen in a black MA-1 and olive deck jacket. It’s designer Tetsu Nishiyama’s sure hand that allows those pieces to blend effortlessly with wardrobe basics, highlighted by a cardigan sweater and blackwatch plaid button-down shirt. WTAPS’ signature fleece pieces round out the range. Check out more of the preview below, and expect the first delivery from WTAPS’ Fall/Winter 2014 collection to hit stores like End Clothing starting in September.