Taking the road less traveled, the Kapital Fall/Winter 2012 look book showcases an eclectic and comfortable collection. This brand isn't afraid to play by its own rules creating a relaxed modern collection that is an eccentric mix of town and country.
The Kapital Fall/Winter 2012 look book was shot on location in Vienna and Budapest by Eric Kvatek. The collection looks full of experience, as if every piece could tell a story. This feeling is accentuated by the rich culture and history of the Eastern European landscape. The Japanese brand made use of tribal patterns and a lived-in look to achieve a contemporary nomad aesthetic.
Looking to the future by staying connected with the past, Kapital brings a quirky and thoughtful perspective to urban street style.
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