Hiroki Nakamura’s global travels served as the catalyst for Visvim’s culture-blending fall collection. From Navajo prints in oversized kimono capes to hybrid Japanese workwear bombers, the line’s traditional homage to Americana merged with the designer’s Japanese heritage seamlessly this season.
The chambray shirts, which are de rigeur for the line, were updated with vintage bandana prints, handpainted polka dot patterns and Americana flag rayon panels on the back.
New this season was an inspired take on traditional morning coats in heavy bonded wool topcoats with raw edges.
The women’s offering mimicked the men’s with a few notable additions, including cracked leather shearling jackets, form-fitting bellbottom leather pants and a high-waisted wide-leg jean that will undoubtedly become a cult classic among Visvim’s followers.