Hiroshi Awai is the designer behind CREEP apparel, which specializes in contemporary menswear that manages to have a timeless aesthetic simultaneously.
For the brand's 2016 Fall/Winter collection, Hiroshi Awai sticks to a utilitarian theme, mixing functionality with a modern edge. He does this by adapting classic prints and cuts in a slight manner -- utilizing green leaves to form the appearance of camouflage on pants for example. In addition, he decorates blazers with thick vertical stripes of a neutral color to make them more unique.
Also included in the new CREEP apparel collection are trousers, button-ups, bombers, vests, sweaters and selection of different jacket styles. Although the pieces differ quite drastically throughout the series, they all come back to the overarching outdoorsy theme.
Outdoorsy Military Menswear
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Simple Layered Lookbooks
Collaborative 3D Menswear
Athletic Military-Inspired Outerwear
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Sporty Seasonal Streetwear
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