Japanese fashion house TOMORROWLAND unveils its exciting new Fall/Winter 2015 collection for men in North America and Europe. This season, the brand explores the juxtaposition of mixing fabrics, shapes and colors that accentuate the sporty elements infused throughout the collection. Contrasts like casual versus elegant, loose versus clean, and drape versus tension are realized through muted neutrals that emphasize rich pops of color. Loose and free-flowing silhouettes feel luxurious while set against detailed tailoring. These differences are incorporated harmoniously, resulting in a collection that feels both sophisticated and organic.
The majority of TOMORROWLAND’s original fabrics are made in Japan. By working closely together with talented craftsmen who create unique, Japanese weaving patterns, the brand has been able to create a variety of original fabrics. In the current season, they have utilized traditional materials such as denim, chino, moleskin, corduroy, flannel and tweed, and transformed them into fresh and modern garments. Key fabrics for the Fall/Winter 2015 Collection include felt, fancy tweed and “double face”, which are all extremely lightweight. The designs are simple, but TOMORROWLAND deeply considers each individual fabric, pattern, silhouette, and stich that goes into their designs. These styling details come together to create notable items, including knit jackets, relaxed trousers, tricot dress shirts, over coats, gilets and classic sweaters. These key pieces, along with the entire collection, transition seamlessly from a subdued fall to a frosty winter.