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There’s always been two types of Visvim heads, the ones who wear Christos and the ones who wore FBTs. Now there’s a sandal that can unite the camps. These bonkers sandals from the SS21 season feature fringe detailing and knotted accents, bringing a feeling of the folk line to the usually more urban-focused Christo. The combination of the tanned natural leather and bright yellow-sand suede is impeccable.

Available at SSENSE 

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Vintage militaria is a big inspiration for Visvim across the years and these cargo pants are one of the best examples of how they translate surplus into something more luxirious. These straight leg pants have an army green color construted from a blend of cotton and nylon. Cargo pockets and pleated knees help round out the detailing. Antique silver and bronze hardware add to the convincingly 70s look.

Available at SSENSE 

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Visvim releases this subtle take on a vintage-bdu style shirt. In a khaki-ish colorway with a back screenprint the style is constructed from 100% cotton and has notched lapels as well as two large front pockets. Paired with cargos or jeans or layered underneath a parka, this is an easy add to most fall fits.

Available at Farfetch.

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Visvim came into prominence through their release of the FBT way back when. The UTE Moc Trainer takes a similar approach with a moccasin design but with a higher taller, mid cut. Crafted frow a supple cow suede upper, the shoe features a stretch woven heel with a tonal herringbone pattern. The Vibram sole gives a more casual comfortable feel the the design and the hand painted tongue tag is a tasteful touch.

Available at Haven.

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Japanese style mag Popeye tackles spring style in the city with this well-styled editorial. Giving a very real glimpse into days spent traveling across town while stopping at delis, burger shops and falafel joints. Pieces include the latest from Visvim, WTAPS and Wacko Maria. If you’re looking for some these items online you can find them at END and Revive.

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As a part of its spring/summer 2017 collection, Visvim offers up this low-cut moccasin. The Miliseet Shaman-Folk features a TPU heel stabilizer and hand-stitched bead detailing. The shoe is constructed of quality suede with a distinct fringe detail. The sneaker is available in Camel, Navy and Red at Idol Brooklyn.

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Visvim has brought back one of it’s best footwear models – the 7-Hole ’73-Folk. The boot references the US Military Vietnam jungle boot and is one of my personal favorites. The latest iteration of the sneaker comes in vegetable tanned leather and canvas on a Vibram sole. It’s especially nice to see the return of the murdered out version of these with a black sole. Three color ways of the boot are now available at IDOL Brooklyn.

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Visvim excels at making modern classics. Designer Hiroki Nakamura excels at bringing new life to overlooked vintage designs. The Iris liner is no exception. A reversible design with nylon on one side and a wool/mohair blend on the other; the liner can worn on it’s own or discreetly layered under fall/winter outerwear.

Click through for more images of the liner and go to IDOL Brooklyn to shop their Visvim selection.

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Earlier this month, Visvim’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection was previewed in SENSE magazine. Now take a look at the official lookbook from the Japanese label. Shot in a scenic Californian modern home, the collection channels the laid-back west coat vibe of the 1970s. Workwear pieces blend in with easy staples and military jackets. Two of most sought after pieces are the insulated noragi and an overcoat adorned with native American inspired graphics. Look for the items to release on the Visvim site and international retailers like SSENSE and Mr.Porter.

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While I didn’t like Visvim SS15 offering at all, Fall/Winter 2015 proved to be one of the labels best collections in some time. So far the follow-up seems to be quite promising with what’s shown in this new editorial in SENSE magazine. There’s a promising red anorak as well as a tan colored technical trench. Consider this a teaser for the full SS16 lookbook which should be dropping soon on the Visvim site. Look for product to start arriving online at shops including Mr.PorterSSENSE, END and Haven.

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