Following its recent Spring/Summer 2019 collection, Japanese imprint nonnative has returned with a similarly-themed offering for its upcoming Summer 2019 collection and lookbook. Relishing in 1990s-esque American sports casual wear, the new range features a variety of relaxed fittings silhouettes in a plethora of earthy tones. Utilizing a moisture wicking, and highly breathable COOLMAX fabric throughout, the collection seeks to provide comfort for those willing to withstand the hot and humid summer weather. They’ve also included a cool, dry, and extremely durable CORDURA yarn fabric within a variety of pieces that continues with its function-driven ethos.
Notable pieces in the collection included loose-fitting trousers and shorts, ¾ sleeve shirtings, and a plethora of soft cotton tees. Harrington-styled jackets, an assortment of blazers, various lightweight mid-layers, and accessories are also included.
You can take a look at the upcoming collection in the lookbook above. The range will begin dropping via COVERCHORD as well as various nonnative stockists on April 13, with drops finishing in early June.
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