January 6, 2014
Established in 2003, Japanese-designer Eiichiro Homma has used his Nanamica label as a vehicle to take traditional outdoor silhouettes and meld them together with contemporary production techniques to create pieces of clothing with simplistic beauty and high technical performance.
As usual, Spring/Summer 2014 has no shortage of technical fabrics with COOLMAX and GORE-TEX used heavily throughout this coastal-inspired range. Collection staples such the Cruiser, Varsity and Soutien jackets have been developed from the previous season with a colour palette of blue, beige and a oceanic camo pattern applied with considered aplomb.
Due to land at your favorite retailers. for opening week of 2014, be sure to keep your eyes peeled.