Following a first look at visvim's Fall/Winter 2016 collection, we now get a more detailed preview thanks to the newly launched seasonal lookbook. No surprise, the aesthetic is one borne of vintage craftsmanship and an artisanal attention to detail. Standout pieces include a sakiori jacket made with pieces of cotton borrowed from other pieces, a nod to the Japanese Edo period when wool was an unknown commodity and only cotton and silk were available. On the footwear side, there are all-weather boots made with Horween Leather, along with the Roland Jogger and Huron Moc, a new moccasin-sneaker hybrid in suede and mesh.
A master class in vintage Americana