Prospective Flow Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook
By Samuel Trotman

Prospective Flow reveals its latest set of inspirational images for its Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook.

Mar 18, 2014


The good folks over at Prospective Flow have recently revealed its latest set of inspirational images for its Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook. Filled with the incredible fabrics and archival silhouettes that the label is known for, this new collection of summer-ready items will get you in the mood for the new season.

Back in August last year, the Stylesight denim team got to catch up with L.A.-based denim experts Prospective Flow at Liberty trade show in Vegas. Known for their heirloom-inspired denims and premium Japanese fabrics, the brand’s seasonal collections offer a balance of traditional and contemporary elements that combine the designer’s Japanese heritage and California hometown.

The S/S 14 collection takes a more vintage Americana aesthetic looking to traditional turn-of-the-century items like Type-I inspired pleated jackets, shawl collar blazers, workshop vests as well as stunning wash and surface textures that nod to the brand’s legacy of handcrafted Japanese finishing. A much more subdued palette is introduced for the summer with raw indigos and true American blues teamed among fresh ecru tones.

To view the complete lookbook, head over to the brand’s website where you can take a closer look and find out more.

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