Human Made, a Japanese streetwear brand founded by designer NIGO, has announced the release of its new 'Patchwork Check' collection. The new ensemble arrives shortly after the release of the brand's recent Brooklyn Machine Works collab, marking what has been a busy month for the beloved streetwear label.
As the name suggests, all of the pieces included in this collection feature eye-popping patchwork. In particular, they feature one of two patchwork patterns, a blue Madras check version or a multi-colored square iteration. Specific pieces in the capsule include short-sleeve button-down shirts, shorts, tailored suits, and pillows. No doubt, with this concise and unconventional capsule Human Made is looking to promote bold new summer styles.
The entire Human Made 'Patchwork Check' collection is now available to purchase on Human Made's website.
Image Credit: Human Made
Human Made Unveils Its Summer-Ready 'Patchwork Check' Collection
1. Patchwork Fashion - The use of patchwork in clothing is becoming a popular trend in fashion, allowing for customizable and unique designs.
2. Streetwear Fashion - Streetwear fashion is a growing trend among young adults and fashion enthusiasts, creating opportunities for brands to tap into this market.
3. Summer Fashion - Summer fashion is a constantly evolving trend, with new and innovative designs emerging each year.
1. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry can benefit from the use of patchwork in apparel, creating unique and customizable designs to attract customers.
2. Retail Industry - The retail industry can leverage the growing trend of streetwear fashion by carrying brands and collections that cater to this market.
3. Home Decor Industry - The use of patchwork in home decor, such as pillows, can create unique and eye-catching designs that appeal to customers looking for unconventional home decor.