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Yoke Spring/Summer '19

Yoke Spring/Summer '19

Blurring the lines between masculine and feminine even further, Japanese label Yoke ushers in a collection of unisex garments with an imaginative assortment of silhouettes. Aligned under the theme of “SHARE,” the range aims to design individual pieces that can cross between wardrobe to wardrobe regardless of gender.

Starting SS19 off strong, designer Norio Terada is spearheading the collection with a 3-way coat, which is modular in its arrangement, allowing for it to transform into either a short blouson, lap skirt, or vest. Much of that design language translates well into the other pieces as patterned shirting, loose-fit blazers, oversized coaches jackets, and wide trousers are seen worn in a variety of different ways. Basic pieces like crewnecks and knitwear follow suit, completing a set piece with an almost limitless amount of combinations.

A picture paints a thousands words, however, so feel free to check out the full set of imagery below.

EASTLOGUE Spring/Summer '19

EASTLOGUE Spring/Summer '19

A Detailed Look at the Full Cav Empt x Nike Capsule

A Detailed Look at the Full Cav Empt x Nike Capsule