Hummel's Autumn 2012 collection expands the international scope of the menswear brand. While the line is well-known for its firm Danish roots, it changed up the lot this season with a Japanese design team.
This focus on global ties shook up Hummel's general approach to menswear and in particular, sportswear. The pieces, which number 24 in total, borrow from the Eastern nation's penchant for structure, patterns and practicality, instantly visible for anyone with even the slightest understanding of Japan's fashion scene.
Known on Hummel's site as 'Hummel J,' the pieces will bring an excess of functional prints to the company's devoted shoppers. As the clothing is being sold as a part of a imited edition set, it will be all the more valuable for those in search of Japanese flair.
International Sportswear Collaborations
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Beatnik Biker Runways
Luxuriously Suited Captures
Regally Demure Pictorials
Sensationally Studded Ads
Ornately Monochromatic Portraits