The Nonnative Fall/Winter 2012 Lookbook Has a Casual Urban Style

By: Trenton Millar - Published: Jul 12, 2012 • References: nonnative & hypebeast
Nonnative has released their Portland, Oregon-inspired Fall/Winter 2012 lookbook. The collection, named 'Stumptown Sidewalk,' is a nod to middle-class working Americans from this Japanese brand.

Nonnative is a label with subtle and effortless style. These clothes are for the man who wants to look like he just threw on whatever was on his bedroom floor because he doesn't care, while looking like a casual and stylish urban citizen as he embarks on his day. The lookbook uses backdrops that could be any street corner in America to accentuate the easy-going, everyday look of the collection.

Functional and utilitarian, Nonnative is about making clothes that work for real-life. All of its pieces are wearable closet staples that any man can pull off with ease. Stats for Shabby-Chic Menswear Trending: Older & Buzzing
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