Japanese casual and sportswear brand Onitsuka Tiger has just unveiled its Fall/Winter 2021 collection. It was showcased at Milan Fashion Week – a premiere for the brand – through a digital film entitled ‘’Unfashionshow’’.
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Helmed by fashion designer Andrew Pompilio, the collection was a fine balance of technical fabrics that had a minimal, ninja-style edge, and accents inspired by ‘70s trekking uniforms.
The collection also included pieces from a collaboration with Toyoki Adachi, designer and artistic director of textile graphic brand Nowartt while textile prints by Toyoki have been used on down jackets, trousers and backpacks.
‘’Over the past eight years, I’ve tried to add a fashionable bent to this heritage sportswear brand’’, said Pompilio. ‘’These are not intended as commercial pieces, but rather as fashion options for everyday use’’.
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