Japanese brand Nanamica have dropped the first few pieces from their Spring/Summer 2012 collection, including shirting, Loopwheeler Coolmax T-shirts, and a number of backpacks.
The label was started by Eiichiro Homma, who runs with the concept of fusing classic outdoor designs made with contemporary fabrics and treatments, an ethos proven in his work with Filson Red Label and The North Face’s highly sought after ‘Purple Label’ range. The highlights for me have to be the two-tone Sax Wind Shirt and the now sold out camouflage Cycle Pack, purely because of the sheer quality, build, and silhouette of each piece. There is no doubt that the quality of this high spec collection shines through in abundance.
The first part of the Nanamica Spring/Summer 2012 collection is available now over at End Clothing. Here’s hoping for a re-stock on those Cycle Packs.