EDWIN: PRINT WORKS
This one goes out to the jeans and shirt kinda fellas.
Our favourite Japanese denim dealers continue to moonlight as impeccable graphic distributors, exemplified by this classy drop of delicious designs.
Quality is the word through out the Edwin collection. Synonymous with the Rainbow selvedge looms and robust heritage and workwear styles, a very much slept on aspect of the brand is their array of tees and prints celebrating Japanese and specifically Tokyo's heritage and aesthetic.
Arriving in core black and white the 'Sun Building' and 'Tokyo Nightfall' tees embrace the unique aesthetics of Japan and Tokyo respectively. Minimalists galore with the former's small abstract chest logo design, and a shoutout to the night chancers with the neon back print design of the later.
For those in need of a relaxed fit, the double bill of the black and white Aurora tee offers an abstract symbolic chest logo on a heavy backdrop. Heavyweight cotton for those heavy hitters out there.
As ever, the classics return clad in seasonal colours. Japanese Sun, Logo Chest and Pocket T sees itself decked in luscious palettes from Uniform Green to Burnished Sunset.
Need something to pair with your new tee? Big restocks in the the Yoshiko Left Hand unwashed offer a no frills non selvedge raw denim that still packs a punch of Japanese fabrication. For those wanting less hassle, the brand new Ariki wash offers a contemporary stone wash that's less Woodstock and more 90s Alt Rock.