This time I'd like to share with you something creative, unique and individual, as I found AKHA brand's latest Fall-Winter 2014-2015 season's womenswear and men's collection. The Autumn collection was inspired by traditional Japanese art, which includes unique camouflage and leopard prints. Indeed, New York based label has non traditional approach to fashion. You are about to see traditional urban wear, like printed shirts, knitwear, dresses, shirts, belts and suspenders. The label started by Atsuko Yanase, who has a real passion in creating something modern, bright and ready to wear in your daily life. All AKHA's creations are inspired by the purity of design and colorful costumes of tribal communities in Asia. What I love about the showcased outfits, then it's incorporation of Japanese design and New York's eclectic fashion scene. As a result we see fascinating styling, unique silhouettes and ideal fit.
Graphic prints look creative.
Here we see male model wearing a cropped knitted cardigan paired with collarless black shirt, cool track pants and statement sneakers:
The shirts look impressive:
This yellow button-down looks eye-catching:
How about this belted long shirtdress in red brush strokes and leopard spots:
Here we see a basic dark navy knitwear worn with khaki wide-leg trousers:
This look is ideal for weekends: