As we already saw with its Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook, Tokyo-based label undecorated is committed to creating chic, minimalist looks executed with impeccable Japanese tailoring. For its latest Spring/Summer 2019 offering, the imprint now announces that this collection marks undecorated’s official transition into a unisex brand (from its original menswear direction). For the new arrivals, designer Yoshio Kubo once again plays with oversized shapes and clean-cut silhouettes.
Amongst the new pieces is a selection of linen shirts, long shorts, trench coats, simple blazers and more. True to its new commitment to unisex styling, the wardrobe essentials prove to be as diverse as they are versatile. You can take a look at the new SS19 range in the gallery above.
You can shop undecorated’s new collection at its web store now.
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