EVISU and EVISUKURO FW20 Is Steeped in Japanese Folklore

EVISU has delivered an expansive Fall/Winter 2020 lookbook, highlighting an eclectic collection inspired by Japanese folklore. The assemblage features pieces from both the label’s mainline and KURO line.

Signature to EVISU, meticulously woven artisan embroidery appears throughout several pieces, joined by more functional goods like hi-tech outerwear. The collection takes cues from a Japanese deity named Amenohiwashinokami, whose depicted vulture incarnations often appear in shrines and festivals throughout Japan. A symbol of wisdom and courage, the motif of the deity has been worked into the collection, like a pair of jeans displaying an embroidery of silver wings, or a velvet denim jacket detailed with the Japanese kanji for “Vulture” imagined in calligraphic brushstrokes.

One noteworthy piece is a black puffer jacket that’s been decorated with tonal “KURO” branding throughout. It comes with a semi-boxy fit and a sleek nylon shell, complemented by a bright yellow central zip closure. Other garments like ski jackets, boxy fleece zip-up, water repellent parka, embroidered jean jackets and half-zip pullovers round off the eclectic range.

The EVISU and EVISUKURO Fall/Winter 2020 collection is currently available on the label’s website, ranging from $51 – $605 USD.

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