salvy;'s 2016 Fall/Winter Collection Is the Definition Of Nonchalant Cool
Relaxed, gender-fluid Japanese tailoring from the Tokyo brand.
Established in 2013, salvy; is an up-coming label from Tokyo that produces high quality casual wear with Japanese fabrics and manufacturers. Prior to salvy;, Hirozaku Goh, the mastermind behind the brand, started his career at Issey Miyake, followed by Jas MB and then giuliano Fujiwara. With a meticulous attention to quality, salvy;’s design process starts from finding the best materials and mills in Japan. For this season, the brand has produced urban casual wear with an array of original fabrics such as 100’s wool heavy melton, 3-layered wool gaberdine, as well as the brand’s iconic high counted Bizen No.1 twill.
The collection also utilizes the traditional Japanese “Karusi” dyeing process on tweed, which is then used on blousons and vests. Exuding a gender-fluid vibe, the outerwear is rendered with impeccable tailoring that sometimes errs on the side of masculine cuts, while the loose-fitting pants and knitwear carry a sense of nonchalance and effortless, casual style. You can view the full lookbook in the gallery above and can find out more from the salvy; website.