Apr 19, 2017 | By Samuel Trotman
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Japanese-inspired Made-in-America label Prospective Flow reveals its latest set of inspirational denim washes for its Spring/Summer 2013 lookbook.
Since its launch in 2009, L.A.-based denim experts Prospective Flow has been gradually gaining recognition throughout the denim community with their stunning collection of heirloom-inspired denims. Underpinned by premium Japanese fabrics, the brand’s offerings are at once traditional and contemporary, full of surprise details and a level of artistry rarely found in many denim labels.
The S/S 13 collection stays true to the brand’s legacy of handcrafted Japanese pieced goods with elaborate and painstakingly authentic wash and finishing techniques. Dominated by industrial blues and earthy tones of brown and grey, the collection once again looks to feature the brand’s contemporary updates to a range of workwear classics – the likes of chambray work shirts and utility vests are joined by a variety of Prospective Flow’s signature boro patch-working, railroad stripes and meticulous dirtied washes. Photographer and friend Chika Okazumi shot the looks on the promenade of the infamous Hollywood Hills, with the picturesque mansions’ gates providing the perfect backdrop to the new season’s selections. Co-Founder Herbert Johnson styled and directed the shoot, pulling together a set of authentic turn-of-the-century workwear looks.
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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