KURO looks to selected European troops rigging for Fall/Winter 2018, updating a wardrobe with contemporary cuts. Dubbed “MINIMALISM IN MILITARY,” this deteriorate blends olive drab layers and tailored looks with a Japanese label’s heading workwear gear.
Introduced in 2010, KURO done a name for itself on a behind of a imperishable jeans and denim outerwear, charity hard-wearing rigging in complicated cuts, accented with on-going detailing like pointed pockets. “MINIMALISM IN MILITARY” showcases how distant a code has grown given a early days and is a healthy course from a Spring/Summer 2018 release.
Bomber jackets, fur-collared jackets temperament patch pockets and a nap officer’s cloak are executed in army immature and navy blue shades, with bottom layers that remember troops skivvies: waffle-knit shirts and tonal sweaters. Baggy jeans and denim trucker jackets offer a infrequent choice to a army shabby looks, with far-reaching lapeled coats, dim turtlenecks and side string pants adding to a looks’ retro flair.
Keep an eye on KURO’s web store and Western stockists for a products to arrive after this year. Meanwhile, Joe Chia drew upon identical influences for a Fall/Winter 2018 collection, though took a wardrobe in an wholly opposite direction.