Japanese brand Factotum presented its new collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Tokyo. This Spring-Summer season designer Koji Udo was inspired by Roy Andersson's movie A Swedish Love Story. The color palette ranges from pale hues to vivid colors, as well as neutral tones of white, beige and black. The summer collection name is “Various Life” and the lineup features slim pants, striped jackets, cool bombers, hooded cover-ups, sweatpants, long coats, cream colored sweaters styled with white sleeved shirts tied around the waist, joggers, etc. The layering is a key theme for the next season. We see mix-match silhouettes, patterned outfits and notable standout basics. I personally love the way Udo expresses each wearer's identity, by offering tailored fits and military aesthetics.
Here we see a light beige vest teamed with a white button-down, light beige shorts worn atop white ones.
The knitted hoodie is worn underneath white sports jacket and teamed with khaki shorts and sandals.
Male model with long hair walks down the catwalk in a white, cable knit sweater and cropped sweatpants.
The crewneck sweatshirt in grey color with white patch stripes looks perfect teamed with black shorts.
The vertical striped (black and white) tee is worn atop black shirt and shortened sweatpants.
Light grey, biker inspired jacket is worn atop knitted top and slim-fit black pants.
The multicolored, graphic printed T-shirt is styled with denim, biker trousers.
That's a stunning loose-fit denim top which is paired with colorful neck scarf and navy pants.
Here we see a black leather biker jacket which is styled with dark navy tee and multicolored print trousers.
What would it look like if you teamed hipster style with grunge details? Here we see that awesome result, which includes a floppy hat, grey denim jacket, striped tee and nylon black trousers.
That's a modern and functional outfit, which features a heavy, cable knit black sweater teamed with black track pants.
That's what I call modern military print. Here we see male model who is clad in a printed cardigan and the same print tee.
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