For the Milan debut of Japanese label Sulvam, designer Teppei Fujita showed a collection full of loose silhouettes and deconstructed and unfinished items – delivering a fresh take on sportswear-meets-clothing.
The multiple-layered collection was intentionally left unfinished, with linings of jackets and trousers left visible, slightly hanging from the garments.
Standout colors throughout the collection shown through, like burgundy, denim blue, soft pinks, and mustard in categories such as drop-crotch cropped pants, over-sized wovens and distressed-seamed denim.
Fujita, winner of the Tokyo Fashion Award in 2015, finalist of the LVMH prize of 2017, and a former collaborator of Yohji Yamamoto has caught the attention of fashion-forward buyers and press. Currently the collection is available in Barneys New York, H.Lorenzo in Los Angeles, Lane Crawford in China and Hong Kong, and United Arrows in Japan.