nonnative Spring/Summer 2018 Collection Pays Homage To The Handyman

The latest nonnative Spring/Summer 2018 collection turns to blue-collar workers for its inspiration. The assortment, named “The Handyman Service,” offers a satirical spin on the working class handyman.

 

nonnative dropped the lookbook for the collection. This gives us a peek to what’s in store for the range.

The lookbook takes place in what seems to be a back room office space. The models reenact everyday scenarios as they strike poses wearing pieces from the collection.

Relatable Versatility

The lookbook attests to the relatable versatility of the pieces in nonnative’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection. You can literally wear the items and look good as you walk to work with lunch in hand.

The items also take on a relaxed, casual tone. Thus, this makes it the ideal for maximum comfort and ease of use.

The collection features crewneck pullovers, printed button-down shirts, flannel tops, and denim jackets. There are also cargo pants and chino trousers in the collection.

The pieces display the assortment’s workwear aesthetic. In addition, a short video clip accompanies the lookbook. It gives a humorous ’90s-era television informercial vibe.

The collection dropped last Feb. 3. It is now available at nonnative’s online shop.

Meanwhile, check out nonnative’s collaborations with other streetwear labels such as Public Release, Wild Things, and Gregory.

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