Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray
Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray

Zip Up Logo Hoodie in Gray

Facetasm

$658.00 CAD

$263.20 CAD

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Zip up hoodie with logo in gray.

  • Hood with tonal drawstring.
  • Zipper closure at front.
  • Logo in black at chest.
  • Pockets at side. 
  • Rib knit hem. 
  • 50% cotton 50% nylon.
  • Made In Japan.
Kyle is 6'1", has a 32" chest and wears a size 3.

FACETASM continues to show why they are appreciated by the most prestigious retailers around the world. Hiromichi Ochiai deconstructs traditional pieces through cut and sew techniques and graphic manipulation, resulting in a style that is uniquely his own. Ribbing detail, ornate embroidery, and heavy screen printing solidify FACETASM as a company that holds its own in terms of both creativity and quality.

Facetasm

Having been an established brand in their home country for a decade, Japanese streetwear label Facetasm (pronounced FASS-e-TA-zum) recently brought their celebrated designs to the rest of the world with their debut showing in Paris. The timing couldn’t have been better - designer Hiromichi Ochiai was recently shortlisted for the LVMH Prize in 2016, and it’s easy to see why. Describing his design approach as “freestyle”, Ochiai eschews trends and distinct themes, opting instead for a multifaceted aesthetic that thrives on eclecticism, unexpected layering, and experimentalism. As Ochiai himself says, “The label’s ‘look’ is hard to describe. I never design with a person in mind, but sometimes I create a character in a story.” For Fall Winter 17 Hiromichi Ochiai, Facetasm’s designer, subverts traditional athletic wear by combining multiple block numbers and fabric swatches on a football jersey, creating a collage like effect. Next, the graphics on the printed tees are referential to both traditional renaissance style art (source coming) and punk lifestyles. The punk is seen most prominently on the Black Flag tee-shirt, which features a distorted image of a poster for a 1980 concert Black Flag put on in Redondo Beach, California. Ochiai has proven once again that he is truly many sided in his approach to design, and is fearless is his execution.

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