The Japanese vintage retailer FILL THE BILL recently unveiled its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. All of the pieces are domestically produced and deliver loose-fitted silhouettes and draped fabrics. The entire capsule is unique because it does not conform to any specific theme, color scheme or style -- delivering a broad range of selection.
For the upcoming warm weather, FILL THE BILL offers pieces such as gray suits, matching sets of cubist shirts and shorts, kimono coats, wide pants, t-shirts, button ups, anoraks, pooling trousers, panama hats, bucket hats and long sleeve shirts. The trousers evoke a comfortable and laid back aesthetics, while the stripped button up shirts and fringed shirts make much louder statements. The entire FILL THE BILL Spring/Summer 2018 capsule will be available on the label's website.
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FILL THE BILL Unveils Its SS18 Series Full of Wide Silhouettes
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