nonnative for IPPUDO
IPPUDO ramen was founded in 1985 in Fukuoka, Japan and has since expanded to open restaurants in 12 different countries around the world. Having previously worked with Engineered Garments and MIHARAYASUHIRO for their New York and Paris locations, the ramen chain recently tapped nonnative to produce the uniforms for the opening of their new Santa Monica location.
Taking inspiration from military and workwear, nonnative has produced a fine line of functional and utilitarian pieces all decked out in olive green hues. The lineup includes a new version of their collarless gardener jacket, the handyman pullover and the trooper trousers all constructed of a lightweight, quick drying, micro-ripstop fabric. You’ll also find a TNP t-shirt in either olive or beige and a tenugui made using fabrics from LIBERTY.
The full collection is now available exclusively via COVERCHORD and IPPUDO ramen’s Santa Monica location.