The newest sulvam Spring/Summer 2019 collection delivers a selection of uniquely tailored pieces that boast deconstructed elements. The Japanese fashion label merges retro inspiration with unique styling techniques. Designer Teppei Fujita describes the latest range as something that seeks freedom and is genderless.
The range sees an array of bespoke textiles that surround slouch-fitted suits and drapey knitwear. There are a plethora of oversized sweaters that see diamond patterns and mohair finished with cut-out detail. Additional details include raw hems to exude a deconstructed look with its dangling threads on lace shirts, silk tank tops, and jackets. The stud and embroidery details nod to a punk concept along with its exposed seams.