For a clean and casual aesthetic with premium fabrics and unique details, look no further than Japanese brand nonnative. Taking inspiration from military, work, and outdoor wear, nonnative takes elements from each and retools them to produce functional clothing in a more up-to-date and eye-catching form.
Taking inspiration from the architecture and scape of the city of Berlin, the Fall/Winter 2013 collection from nonnative, appropriately titled “Wrecking Walls”, showcases a muted colour palette of natural building and stormy sky tones. But don’t get the mistaken impression that this is a collection of drab and dreary pieces. On the contrary, with their signature fits and silhouettes mixing with a combination of classic outdoor and work wear, this season gracefully embodies both the history and the modernism of Berlin with a line of comfortable outerwear and layering pieces that will brighten up any wardrobe.