nanamica SS20 Lookbook

Nanamica presents a simple summer weather lookbook. The clothes have a clean nautical theme and offer up refined versions of men’s classics like mac coats, rugby shirts and vintage chinos. For rainier weather, nanamica also came prepared with a selection of nanamica GORE-TEX PACKLITE PLUS jackets. As always the lookbook is presented with minimalistic styling and excellent photography. Find the items over at Nanamica’s official webstore.¬†

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nanamica SS18 collection Lookbook

If I were to name the most consistent brands when it comes to delivering well-styled lookbooks each and every season, nanamica would be at the top of that list. For it’s spring/summer 2018 collection the Japanese menswear specialists deliver on their promise of¬†‚Äúminimal design with maximum functionality.‚ÄĚ ¬†Of note is the ¬†great use of khaki and olive green in the collection, blended together with black and tan items. Technical fabrics used include GORE-TEX and PERTEX but it’s styled nicely as they are worked in with pieces that use natural materials as well. Look for pieces to drop early next year at international stockists for the label including END and Blue Button Shop.

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Nanamica FW16 Lookbook

Nanamica always puts out one of my favorite loobooks each season. Remember wearing North Face in high school? I feel like Nanamica is the grad school version of that look. You have the reassurance of proper technical features when it comes to the elements but the label also combines it with relaxed¬†tailoring and great fabrics. If you¬†want something versatile that you can work to work and on vacation, it’s hard to beat Nanamica.

Shop the selection on their site and through retailers like END and SJS.

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Nanamica Spring/Summer 2016 Lookbook

Nanamica might be one of the most consistent labels out. The Japanese label specializes on crafting tasteful variants of men’s staples and technical outerwear that looks more classic than futuristic. The color palette as usual is muted and ranges from heather grays to the navy and light khaki. I always thought of Nanamica as the¬† perfect wardrobe for a utopian creative agency that doesn’t actually exist. New this season are a range of bags and a few MA-1 bombers that can be dressed up as easily as they can be paired with a white tee.

While this stuff won’t drop until next year, you can find some of the current selection from the Japanese label over at END.

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Nanamica FW15 lookbook

Looking at winter clothes when it’s July is just a sobering reminder that winters last much longer than summers in the northern hemisphere.¬†In the case of Japanese outerwear specialists nanamica¬†though, planning (and budgeting) ahead might be worth the effort.¬†¬†If you’re looking for smart practical pieces ¬†to¬†get you through the colder months , the Japanese outerwear specialists once again deliver offering up smart duffle coats, blazers and raincoats in GORE-TEX, WINDSTOPPER, COOLMAX fabrics. ¬†Think Patrick Bateman if he grew up in a progressive left-leaning Scandinavian utopia¬†instead of coming of age amongst the hedonistic sociopathy¬†of downtown Manhattan.

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Nanamica SS15 Lookbook

Nanamica¬†is for all the understated ballers out there. The brand isn’t one¬†you turn to for attention¬†grabbing gear, instead¬†look to the Japanese label¬†to deliver on all the wardrobe essentials and also for great outerwear pieces that make¬†technical improvements on traditional designs. This season contains an¬†assortment of slim trousers and what look to be perfect summer shorts.¬†Also of note are the rain-proofed Gore-tex outerwear.

While you’re waiting for the new collection to drop check out current season sale items available at Barney’s and END Clothing.

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