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Onitsuka Tiger Recruits Japanese Artist Toyoki Adachi for Its Autumn/Winter 2021 Collection

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The latest collaboration energizes winter days with color and print

 

 

Color? For winter? Groundbreaking if we’re talking the Onitsuka Tiger and Toyoki Adachi collab.

 

The Japanese fashion brand has teamed up with the art director and designer of textile graphic brand nowartt on the newest collection that paints us a picture of winter escapes to the Himalayas. A closer look reveals an homage to the trekking and hiking craze of the ‘70s, too.

 

 

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Across key items like the classic tracksuits, down jackets and backpacks, Onitsuka Tiger and Toyoki Adachi color and print steal the show. But there’s more to the collection than the marriage of aesthetics between brand and featured designer. It wouldn’t be an Onitsuka Tiger release without technology and functionality baked right in.

 

“The collection also reflects the lifestyle technology specialized in functionality that is the origin of Onitsuka Tiger,” the brand shared in a statement. “The collection also offers creative styling that makes use of minimalist design items.”

 

 

 

 

 

The Autumn/Winter 2021 collection mainly features fleece material, a nylon series that offers a “fusion of dazzling neon colors and intricate and unique embroidery stitches” and plenty of puffer pieces. For footwear, the latest release also combines archival elements with contemporary designs, which is seen across the lineup of trekking boots and trainers.

 

Photos Onitsuka Tiger

 

 

In the Philippines, Onitsuka Tiger is available in Greenbelt 5, Glorietta 5, SM Mall of Asia, SM City North Edsa, Shangri-La Mall, SM Megamall, Ayala Mall Bay Area, Two Parkade in Bonifacio High Street, and SM Aura. For complete store information, tap here. Meanwhile, learn more about the collection here.

 

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Art Matthew Ian Fetalver

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