Tomorrowland introduces its Spring/Summer 2015 Collection for Men
Japanese fashion house TOMORROWLAND is pleased to unveil its innovative new Spring/Summer 2015 collection for men in North America and Europe.
This season, TOMORROWLAND’s talented design team incorporated light and textured fabrics inspired by the elegance found in the world of sports, particularly in tennis. Hues of navy, black, red, blue, orange, beige, and pure white are the chosen classic colors to exemplify this theme. Key items, such as the fresh unconstructed jacket, relaxed trouser (drawstring pant), sport shirt, sweatshirt and tricot tee (short-sleeve knit sweater) are the must-have items for the warmer season ahead, tailored and structured enough to wear every day with enough comfort and ease to comprise your weekend wardrobe as well.
The majority of the original fabrics are created in Japan. By working with textile mills and skilled artisans who produce unique Japanese weaving patterns, such as paper cloth, dry wool and loop wheel long pile, TOMORROWLAND created several new original fabrics, including rayon poplin and dobby dot. The brand also incorporates top-of-the-line materials from Italy such as “the wave” from Loro Piana. Therefore, fabrics, patterns, silhouettes, and skilled manufacturing are as important to the brand as style and function.
From cool springtime evenings to hot summer days, TOMORROWLAND has created fashionable, lightweight and unique contemporary items for a complete spring/summer wardrobe.
The Spring/Summer 2015 men’s collection is available at fine retailers such as Barneys New York, Carson Street Clothiers and Mr Porter in the U.S.; Selfridges, Matches Fashion and Mr Porter in the U.K.; Merci in France, and WANT Apothecary in Canada.