Japanese label SASQUATCHfabrix. has delivered a wholly modern collection for Spring/Summer 2015.

Oversized structural silhouettes dominate the season's offering, with clean tailoring adding a gentleman's edge to an otherwise swallowing collection. Legs are wide, torsos are cropped and short sleeves are lengthened in the neat juxtoposition that is tailored streetwear.

The range also features a range of more traditional prints, reinterpreted and modernised in line with the cuts, as well as a conspicuous oriental influence.

www.sasquatchfabrix.com

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