Landlord breathed new life into the everyday working man uniform in its spring collection.

 

With the construction-worker garments, oversize tracksuits and long neon belts, creative director Ryohei Kawanishi brought new life to functional utilitarian pieces.

 

Highlights included a navy nylon shell anorak over a white collared onesie and a bright orange nylon shirt and shorts over a hoodie paired with a traffic safety vest.

 

With its oversize shirt silhouettes and wide-leg cropped pants, together with the raw streetwear influence, this collection is in line with the popular looks of the moment but adds a fresh perspective.

By  on July 14, 2016
Landlord Men's RTW Spring 2017

Landlord breathed new life into the everyday working man uniform in its spring collection. With the construction-worker garments, oversize tracksuits and long neon belts, creative director Ryohei Kawanishi brought new life to functional utilitarian pieces. Highlights included a navy nylon shell anorak over a white collared onesie and a bright orange nylon shirt and shorts over a hoodie paired with a traffic safety vest. With its oversize shirt silhouettes and wide-leg cropped pants, together with the raw streetwear influence, this collection is in line with the popular looks of the moment but adds a fresh perspective.

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