With how things have been going this 2020, it seems even fashion wants to take a break and relax next year. So it’s no wonder why Japanese streetwear label UNUSED pushes for oversized, wider, and slouchier silhouettes in their next collection. With a tinge of Boho-chic and a nod to the “luxe homeless” look, their election next season looks to be a winner!
Making an Oversized Impact
With their brand identity of rehashing, reshaping, and recycling old looks, materials, and clothes, UNUSED aims to go for a more sustainable route when it comes to fashion. Most especially the streetwear style, which seems to be the most impactful in the industry right now. So it makes perfect sense that their latest collection upholds this philosophy with a new look.
Relaxed and Genderless
Oversized outerwear, large tees, slouchy jeans, and more. These are what dominate UNUSED upcoming spring 2021 collection. With these alone, customers can already tell that the Japanese streetwear brand wants them to feel as comfortable as possible for next season. Without, however, sacrificing the “cool” factor.
A Colorful Spring Season Ahead
Just because the label is going for a more relaxed route next season, it doesn’t mean the aesthetic has to take a backseat. In stark shades of raspberry, indigo, teal, and more, the brand relies on color to help make their clothes pop out in more ways than one. These stand-out tones alone will likely catch people’s attention, especially on the streets!
UNUSED’s spring 2012 collection will be available on their online store by early 2021. The label just released their latest lookbook for a sneak peek. Check all of the looks out and share your thoughts and reactions in our comments section below!