Factotum is one of Tokyo’s more directional men’s brands, and for fall, designer Koji Udo moved toward an early Sixties retro theme. Metal lamps suspended from the ceiling gave this show a cool vibe, while looks included slim, short pants along with a series of printed jackets and quilted coats. There were also several fur-trimmed coats, fresh takes on the duffle and vests layered over sweaters. Several interpretations of baseball jackets, including a number with leather sleeves, provided a sporty element. A model dressed as a postman closed the show.

Factotum is one of Tokyo’s more directional men’s brands, and for fall, designer Koji Udo moved toward an early Sixties retro theme. Metal lamps suspended from the ceiling gave this show a cool vibe, while looks included slim, short pants along with a series of printed jackets and quilted coats. There were also several fur-trimmed coats, fresh takes on the duffle and vests layered over sweaters. Several interpretations of baseball jackets, including a number with leather sleeves, provided a sporty element. A model dressed as a postman closed the show.

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