Following on from its New Balance 996 collaboration, Japanese label nonnative has returned with its Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook. The collection is inspired by different sub-characters from 1980s movies, particularly the academics, technicians and scientists of those films.
This inspiration was chosen due to these characters’ performance and functionality in the movies, as well as their regular understated aesthetic. Referencing this, the FW19 collection from nonnative features high-performance technical fabrics — including GORE-TEX, POLARTEC, wind and creaseproof Pliantex, and Thermore insulation — used on unassuming pieces.
Key pieces throughout the collection come in a color palette of black, olive, navy, beige and "Bordeaux." The collection features a range of stand-out outerwear items, including varsity jackets, technical coats and bomber jackets.
Take a look through the lookbook in the gallery above. The first nonnative FW19 drop will arrive at COVERCHORD and other Japanese stockists on August 3, with regular droppings continuing until November.
In other fashion news, get a first look at Palace’s Autumn 2019 collection.
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