Fashion 7 months ago Share Tweet Pin Share Japanese label Humis is recognized domestically for its laid-back approach to menswear, utilizing slouchy silhouettes and playful prints to add a flair of youthfulness to the seasonal releases. This season strips back the militaria of past collections to focus on athletic-influenced style, retaining some of the seriousness of past releases. Key looks layer up with sporty tank tops and parkas printed with “NEW KIDS ON THE QAJAQ” verbiage in a retro typeface, underlining the throughline of throwback sportswear influence. Zippered overshirts offer washed tie-dye-like patterns, while shirts and tees boast mesh pockets to show off their storage capabilities. Bold red, yellow and navy hues add further touches of ’80s opulence, with trim double-breasted suits and pocket-heavy vests ground the adventurous styling. Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? Check out the looks above and visit Humis’ website for more info. Elsewhere, fellow Japanese outfit Gypsy & Sons delivered sturdy Fall/Winter 2018 looks.