Japanese brand Haversack take inspiration for their cleanly cut collections from both vintage workwear and military styles but add unique aspects of cutting edge innovation to finely tune each piece. They are a brand that aim to make timeless clothing utilising a mixture of both new and old ideas.
Their Spring/Summer 2011 collection looks to be built off a strong aesthetic that follows the basic principles of great design and functionality. Broken down into three separate lines, Haversack first boasts looks from its main label, including items deeply reflected by military uniform and hunting wear. Featured as well is Haversack General Garments, which takes the essence of French labor wear from the 1900′s and sailing cloths and Haversack Attire, influenced by the 30-40′s upper classes. For more information on the brand and this season’s collection, check out http://www.haversack.jp.