For today's review I have chosen Japanese label Facetasm and its Spring-Summer 2015 runway which was showcased at Shibuya Hikarie Hikarie Hall A, during Tokyo Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. There is kind of flea market and army look touch in these clothing sets, where some of the outfits bring us kind of strange homeless touch. You are about to see contrasting elements, including loud graphic prints and textures. Label's designer Hiromichi Ochiai offers a great balance between ‘dressing up and dressing down.’ We see models wearing utilizing motorbike jackets, cool bomber vest, denim vests, plaid shirts. The prints feature plaid, camouflage, and geometric prints. Lots of looks come with different length overtops slim tapered pants or baggy shorts. I personally like that hipster grunge touch, which makes the following sets look relaxed yet characterful. Speaking about footwear, then I see here shin-high socks styled with sandals and running shoes. That's what I say wild take on the streetwear. Hope you will enjoy the images the same as me:
Here we see male model who walks down the catwalk in a grey tee embellished with fringes and styled with cuffed denim trousers and cool sneakers.
That's what I call creative short jacket. I love the way it's worn with grey button up and tailored, loose-fit, pleated pants.
The male model appears on the runway sporting an exagerated teddy bear sweater in black color worn with plaid shorts and long socks tucked in slippers.
I love this shirt where the the top half of the it starts with a plaid pattern, which merges into a solid dark navy on the bottom. I love the navy colored shorts.
The bearded man appears in a white bucket hat, printed tee over a sweatshirt and teamed with black pants.
The female model appears in a sporty Tomboy look, which includes a bomber styled with cuffed, slim-fit grey jeans. The following separates are embellished with a black top tied around the waist.
The white and black detailed bomber looks pretty cool with a pale green tee and slim-fit sweatpants tucked in long socks.
The loose-fit black leather biker Perfecto looks relaxed worn atop checkered plaid shirt and sweatpants.
How about this eye-catching, modern grunge look, which consists of a varsity plaid outerwear worn over plaid separates.
The fresh, almost neon blue shade trench-coat with orange collar looks sophisticated styled with a white tee with front zip closure.
If you wanted to see a male model wearing skirt, then here we see amazing blue poolside bomber which is worn atop grey crewneck and below-the-knee skirt.
That's what I call fashion forward suit. I love the length and the shape, but its looks like shorts can be changed into pants.
Here we see a beautiful, glossy leather vest with font zip and zip pockets. Try it on with this kind of tee and shorts.
The denim vest looks practical, but I don't think it's the best choice so far.
The neon colored beanie looks awesome with rich blue colored outer garment and pleated navy trousers.
The male model appears on the catwalk wearing a black cape coat worn atop black and red flannel shirt and classic sweatpants.
Keep it sophisticated and Tomboy inspired. Love the way this model appears in a sleeveless blazer styled with pretty top, waistcoat and pants.
The following vest looks like an bulletproof piece. You can always this this top with dark emerald shirt and camouflage printed shorts.
That's what I call homeless look, which consists of a blue, knitted beanie, orange hooded coat styled with robe-like blazer in plaid colors.
The black fedora hat looks hipster inspired. Try the following hat with your casual outerwear with patch front pockets.
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