Since its inception back in 1998, Japanese fashion label sacai, helmed by respected designer Chitose Abe, has garnered a loyal, cult-like fanbase from its unique take on blending masculine and feminine styles into seamless, multi-dimensional works of art. Unmistakable in its look, anything sacai means detailing to the nth degree, with varied fabrication use, layering like no other, and pattern work that look just as classic as it does contemporary. With a description like that, the news that the brand’s latest collection campaign would take on the iconic aesthetics of punk is one that any sacai fan… nay, any fashion fan should be teaming with excitement over.
And as such, the collection, seasoned for Spring/Summer 2017, holds no disappointment. The vibrant approach Abe has taken the classic punk look onto a level the OGs would be proud of, with synonymous materials and patterns like mesh and stripes, as well as careful detailing throughout. The range predominantly features oversized silhouettes, and a diverse range of fabrics and color palette; a true mixing of tones, notes and shapes. Check out the looks in the gallery above, and make sure you head over to sacai’s official website for more from the fashion imprint.