Junya North Face Backpack Jacket SS21

 


Junya Watanabe continues his on-going collaboration with The North Face on this backpack jacket dubbed the Dayhiker Lumber jacket. Equipped with a hood, adjustable toggles and a sleek backpack design on the back that allows stoarge without adding bulk. The jacket is part of the spring/summer 2021 collection and will be available at stockists including Luisviaroma. Be sure to check out SSENSE’s end of season sale as well if you’re looking for more budget-minded Junya options.

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Junya Watanabe Spring 2019 Jackets

Junya Watanabe continues his streak of working with outerwear brands for the spring summer 2019 season. Watanabe teams up with both Karrimor and The North Face for some lighter jackets appropriate for warmer weather.

While the fall collections featured bulkier cuts and heavier duty materials, the spring collection emphasizes subtlety. Items include a dark navy technical parka and a fairly low-key camouflage coaches jacket. Expect items to show up at shops including SSENSE soon.


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Junya Watanabe x Kerrimor Backpack Coat

Another part of the on-going collab between Junya and British outerwear maker Karrimor, this coat is a longer version of the backpack design we’ve seen previously. The jacket is reversible and features black corduroy trim, a fishtail detail and a concealed two-way closure.Ā The rear of the jacket features an integrated backpack modelled after Karrimor’sĀ Intrepid 40Ā hiking … Read more

Junya Watanabe x North Face Backpack Jacket

Last year saw the rollout of the first items from North Face’s collaboration with Junya Watanabe. Perhaps the best of the whole lot however just recently dropped. The made in Japan collab inĀ delivering a highly functional jacket that features all kinds of technical detailing throughout ā€“ inspired by TNFā€™s original Terra 65 backpack. A patchworked masterpiece of water-resistant Ā materials, this style is highly adaptable – featuring toggles and elastics at the hood and helming. Tasteful. Branding punctuates the look throughout, and alongside multiple pockets and backpack detailing. This is a show stealer and a must have for any serious technical outerwear fan. The only downside might be the hefty retail price, coming in at over $2000. It’s available now at END.

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Junya Watanabe x The North Face Faux-Fur Duffle Bag Coat

One of the highlights from June Watanabe’s outerwear collaboration with the North Face. Inspired by 90’s North Face and the culture around the brand, the coat isĀ constructed from wool twill and technical canvas. Tons of details on this one including drawstrings, a detachable faux-fur trim hood and concealed zip closure with button placket at the … Read more

Junya Watanabe x North Face Jackets

When Junya showed his fall/winter 2018 collection, the standout pieces were definitely his collaboration pieces with North Face. Pulling both from the vintage North Face archive as well as Junya’s signature detailing. Included among the drop are zip hoodies, varsity jackets and an oxford jacket. The entire selection is available online at Dover Street Market. … Read more

Gentry ‘Brand New’ Editorial

Gentry is hands down one of the best menswear stores in New York. The shop stocks a well-edited selection from the likes of Stone Island, Engineered Garments, TS(S), Junya Watanabe and more. In time for the warm weather on the east coastĀ the campĀ at Gentry have released a freshĀ editorial titled ‘Brand New’. The styling emphasizes an elevated approach to how guys actually dress. There’s plenty of brand mixing going on which is complimented by the top notch photography.

See the rest of the editorial after the jump and be sure to hit up the store’s site for more.

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Haven SS14 ‘Burn My Shadow’ Editorial

Haven did their thing with their new editorial for the Spring/Summer collections entitled ‘Burn My Shadow’. They’ve been low-key building up one of the best brand lineups online and it’s good to see the Canadian team putting effort into presenting it in unique visual fashion. Included in the presentation are pieces from johnUndercover, Junya Watanabe, NBHD x Adidas, Human Made and Stone Island Shadow Project. Click through for moreĀ 

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