MEANSWHILE Focuses on Deconstructed Looks For Their Fall/Winter 2019 Collection

MEANSWHILE continues to move forward with its cut and sew garments inspired by traditional design elements. Today the Japanese label follows up its Spring/Summer 2019 collection with a new set of deconstructed winter weather pieces for their Fall/Winter 2019 lineup.

The new collection features a balanced blend of textiles, ranging from tones of grey, khaki, forest green, maroon, navy and brown. You’ll notice pieces such as the twin-pocket vest as well as their oversized peacoat and elongated parkas. One of the most notable pieces is the padded down jacket. Which comes complete with a thin ripstop nylon hood. White gridlines accent the black hood, while details like drawstrings, a taped zipper, and raised collar give the jacket its unique style. You’ll also notice the dope noragi that comes with pockets on the front and the sleeves. They round out the collection with the beige trench coat, mao-collar button-downs, and oversized hoodies. You can look at the detailed images in the gallery below.

We don’t have an official release date for the collection as of yet. Although, MEANSWHILE’s FW19 Collection is expected to release soon. You’ll be able to purchase the collection at Let us know your thoughts in the comments section. Lastly, for more fashion news, Gucci Unveils New Blue Velvet Monogram Backpack With Gold Trim.


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