Japanese designer Junichi Abe behind Kolor presented his new Autumn-Winter collection of women's mannish and retro inspired apparel. The cold season's references are Native Americans, cowboys and trappers. New collection comes with cool and functional pieces, including long and full skirts, masculine khaki trench-coats, Navajo-blankets, silky blouses, knitted sweaters, zigzag printed scarves, tailored jackets and long coats. I like the Western meets Native American style that appears in rusty and earth tones, moccasin sneakers, blanket skirts and layers. All in all, if you are in with layered silhouettes, then I highly recommend to take a closer look at these urban, knitted looks colored in rhythmic patterns.
We see light brown suede coat embellished with fur that is worn atop graphic printed top and styled with wide-leg grey pants.
That's a stunning and retro inspired poncho that is styled with striped maxi skirt and embellished with long scarf.
Navajo-blanket looks vibrant and casual worn atop slim-fit track pants and moccasin-sneakers.
That's a wow effect wrinkled green, double-breasted trench worn atop the same colored dress.
The high neck knitted capelet looks functional worn atop mannish tailored jacket with ankle-length dark grey skirt.
Another statement knitted capelet is worn atop checked long, oversized coat and styled with checkered pants.
Can't say for sure, but it looks like polka-dot coat-dress.
Wide-neck oversized sweater is worn atop knife-pleated maxi skirt.
Here we see a cosy beige sweater tucked in high-waisted maxi knitted skirt.
The padded floor-length skirt is paired with oversize coat with fur sleeves. That's a terrific look so far.
Another mannish like pantsuit that features a blazer and wide trousers.
Another checkered cosy jacket looks awesome with grey sweatpants.