Jun 15, 2015

Mr. Olive Has Been Making Japanese Workwear Long Before It Was Cool

Unlike a lot of brands currently riding the wave of menswear's addiction to all things Japanese, this is one label that's been making quality apparel for over 10 years. See Mr. Olive's fall 2015 lookbook here.

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Unlike a lot of brands currently riding the wave of menswear's addiction to all things Japanese, this is one label that's been making quality apparel for over 10 years. Mr. Olive was founded in 2003 by Wataru Nagao. The founding philosophy was making use of Japanese artisanal manufacturing while deriving design inspiration from 60's/70's Americana.

For Fall 2015, the force is certainly strong with Mr. Olive. The knits are great, the patchwork denim is precise, and the outerwear pieces easily deliver everything you want from warm weather winter garments. We are particularly appreciative of the emphasis shown here to fit and pin-point tailoring. These are pieces we could certainly love to live in all winter.

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tagged japanese design, lookbooks, fall 2015