With a brand name that translates as “house of the seven seas,” it’s no surprise that Japanese outfitter Nanamica maintains a focus on the outdoor. Founder Eiichiro Homma draws on a technical design background in the label’s fusions of classic styles and performance fabrics.
High-technicality meets easy-to wear in their latest drop of understated apparel. Continuing to produce superior outdoor-wear their latest offering incorporates inspiration from relaxed travels and collegiate Americana. The belief that things created by humans should not be to challenge nature – but to enjoy it through harmonious living – the use of muted colour palettes to match the clothes’ natural bearing and earthy tones is demonstrated throughout.
In-keeping with the technical-yet-understated ethos, the relaxed silhouettes and menswear essentials – tees, windbreakers and cargo pants– present themselves as highly wearable everyday items due to their casual impressions, but are made with hard-wearing properties so that they can truly be worn under all conditions. As with their previous collections, GORE-TEX, and COOLMAX fabrics are used consistently.
Completing the look, a line of luggage has been included in the collection. This season grey Para cloth fabric is used, known for its durable qualities and water repellent features, finished with premium black leather accents. Making for an eye-catching detail that keeps with the timeless aesthetic of the brand.
Look for the Nanamica SS16 Collection online now at EndClothing.com.