Loose-fitting silhouettes were signposts of the Nineties, and men’s streetwear label Kidill fully embraced the decade. While referencing the films of Gus Van Sant, Hiroaki Sueyasu put the emphasis on unconventional and unexpected fabrics to revisit staple pieces from the era.
He paired eyelet and leather in an oversize black biker jacket and gave plaid shirts a new spin with high-tech fabrics rather than cozy flannel. A sleepwear theme was also present, with a few looks resembling pajamas or robes. There were also loads of bland, typical fare, like graphic T-shirts and button-down shirts.