The Japanese fashion label TOMORROWLAND is making its United States and U.K. debut with its Fall/Winter 2014 collection for men, a set that is inspired by classic British style but uses cutting-edge materials and treatments only available in Japan.
“We included TOMORROWLAND’s signature knit jackets, which are extremely light and constructed with our unique fabric, an exclusive to our brand,” says Mr. Daisuke Nakajo, Men’s Director for the brand said via a press release.
The line is the creation of Mr. Hiroyuki Sasaki, who has been eagerly waiting to be able to bring his line to American and British gentlemen. In a press release, he said that "it’s been three decades since we started TOMORROWLAND; our goal has always been to be an international company, and this season felt like the perfect time to expand to New York and London.”
TOMORROWLAND was introduced by Mr. Sasaki in 1978, and since its launch, the brand has grown into a firm which now plans, manufactures, sells its own women’s and men’s apparel and accessories brands in Japan, while also partnering with key brands such as Acne Studios, Dries Van Noten, GOLDEN GOOSE DELUXE BRAND, Isabel Marant, JEANPAULKNOTT, James Perse and UMIT BENAN.
For its own collections, TOMORROWLAND utilizes high quality materials from Europe and Japan. The brand also creates its own fabrics and unique textures by using traditional production methods, such as Kiryu Orimono , a homespun tweed technique, which is only available by the skilled craftsmen they collaborate with in Japan. These distinct features set TOMORROWLAND in a league of its own, both in aesthetic and quality design.
The Fall/Winter 2014 collection for men is exclusively available at Barneys New York in New York as well as the online retailer Mr. Porter. Unfortunately the line isn't currently available at Barneys' location Seattle.
Take a look through TOMORROWLAND's Fall/Winter 2014 collection by clicking on the slideshow.