Tokyo-based contemporary fashion label KINDAGARDEN debuts its latest collection of high-end streetwear and the silhouettes prove to entertain a chic aesthetic that is suspended between art and sophistication.
From a cozy corduroy half-zip and ankle-cut baggy nylon pants to shiny button-up long sleeves and fuzzy beige zip-up sweatshirts, KINDAGARDEN's offerings for Fall/Winter 2019 are definitely attention-captivating. What sets the label apart from its competitors is the incessant need to cross cultures. Sayaka Matsushita and JP Park — the head designers of KINDAGARDEN, draw inspiration for the high-end streetwear collections from Japanese, Korean and American style movements. It is the subtle differences between cultural aesthetics that the contemporary label embraces to provide consumers with sophisticated and artistic garments.