Visvim Men’s and Women’s Fall 2018

February 10, 2018 - fall Denim



Dry is good for martinis and socks. It’s also good for Visvim.

For his tumble men’s and women’s collection, Hiroki Nakamura used a special technique to mislay all a oils from string to emanate fabrics with a dry feel. He afterwards used that fabric in his denim collection and also churned it with linen and nap in other pieces, including workwear-inspired men’s and women’s jackets. That resulted in pieces that looked and felt vintage.

Because of a healthy oils in cotton, Nakamura explained, “you can get a demeanour though not a feel” of a well-worn item. “I’ve been collecting selected denim given we was 14 and we privately like a feel.” So he successfully replicated that with a dry fabric technique.









This in demonstrative of what has set Visvim detached given Nakamura founded a code in 2001. He is skilful during regulating radical techniques to emanate a special fabrics that set his code apart. That was clear in a tumble collection in a Katazuri hand-brushing technique he practical to a dry fabric for a colorful men’s kimono-style striped cloak and a disproportionate dyeing technique he introduced this deteriorate in T-shirts, sweatshirts and cardigan sweaters that resulted in an roughly tie-dyed appearance.

A bamboo iodine technique for striped men’s overshirts was a standout, as was a prolonged velvet dress in a women’s collection whose healthy dyeing technique resulted in a askew effect.

While a Japanese references in his collection sojourn sincerely unchanging each season, there were a few new pieces this time: coats were somewhat longer and some-more oversized and some of a sleeves on a men’s jackets were tacked.

In a accessories realm, Nakamura incited to a same leather producers that are used by a NFL and NBA to emanate a line of sneakers, bags and tiny leather products featuring a leagues’ signature pebbled surface.

While there are never any surprises during Visvim, it’s a brand’s coherence that has helped it tarry all these years.

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