Last year, kapok debuted their very own collection of wardrobe essentials and it was very successful. This year, they are dropping their second collection which continues their gender-free signature, which, at the same time, further pushes for the idea of refined essentials to both the Hong Kong and Singapore market.
This latest utilitarian collection was designed in hands with Janet Wong, a recent SCAD graduate who won first prize at a fashion design competition hosted by kapok and techpacker. Her love for men’s tailoring and “her ability to seamlessly create for both genders led her to a more permanent collaboration as the designer of our (future classics) second collection”.
Inspired by the clothing from the 50s- 60s, which were elegant yet comfortable to wear, this collection features several key items, including the 7 pocket jacket, the cocoon dress with a double wrapped belt, and the sailor top made from Japanese terry fabric.
Apart from the actual apparels, we always enjoy the creative direction of future classics’ mood shots, so do scroll through the images above to get an even stronger understanding of the vibe from the collection.