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Loro Piana and streetwear godfather Hiroshi Fujiwara present a genderless capsule collection. The Japanese-Italian partnership redefines streetwear with timeless elegance.
The capsule presents a series of genderless garments that adopt natural cuts and clean lines in keeping with Fujiwara‘s urban style. Each piece is inspired by the designer’s Japanese heritage, where purity is brought to the forefront of the collection and the ancient Tsunagi print is incorporated into the knitwear.
Throughout the collection, Loro Piana’s quality materials are maintained in the Tasmanian Super 150’S Wool and Baby Cashmere. The soft materials are present in crew neck jumpers, hats, scarves and a straight cut dress that includes hole detailing, a more transgressive detail that gives it that grunge edge.
Other elements of this minimalist capsule include a reversible bomber jacket, a two-piece jacket and trouser set and a coat. In navy blue, black and white, the garments are presented as basics that will transcend this season’s trends.
The capsule collection is available in Loro Piana boutiques and on the brand’s webshop.