Watanabe’s Spring/Sumer 2020 collection puts the modern globe trotting, culture hound, raconteur lifestyle through a bout of introspective examination, and translates the results into the season’s visual identity. Represented by a plethora of patchwork constructed pieces and graphics that show off a curated selection of labels and titles offer proof of the wearer’s higher plane of taste. It’s quite easy to imagine the wearer exploring the back streets and markets of yet another unfamiliar city, in search of the next slice of authenticity. Fittingly the collection is centered around the motif of “a man who does not belong anywhere in particular.”
Paying tribute to the Real Review, a critical magazine that focuses on the "politics of space" and "what it means to live today," Junya Watanabe borrows the cover from their inaugural issue and juxtaposes it with print from the mag for a high-contrast, two-tone asymmetrical tee.
If a size is not listed, it is sold out.
Model is 6'1", 150 pounds and wears a Size Medium.