Trying On Everything From the orSlow fw20 collection
Modern society moves fast. Time is money. Except, of course, in the places where time holds out for quality. In Japan, a Shokunin isn’t just a master of their craft, but the term also encompasses the attempt to achieve perfection while appreciating the human individuality that gives the character of that craftsmanship. It’s a way of life and a social consciousness. The glory is in that heartstrong pursuit, and the results are orSlow.
Ichiro Nakatsu, Founder and Creative Director of orSlow, takes inspiration and makes exacting tribute from his extensive vintage collection. Denim and military wear crafted with slow consideration on old machines that replicate heritage fortitude. Amazingly, orSlow is able to capture authenticity with their washes, remarkable in their comfort and personality from day one and still aging venerably. These standards of workwear are ardently detailed for adaptable style with the cool of movement and the confidence of character.
Today, we are trying on everything from orSlow's latest collection. The models in this video are 5'10'' 165lbs wearing size L in most items and 6'0'' and 175lbs wearing Size XL In most items.
PIEces featured (In order of appearance):
U.S. Army Shirt - Black Stone
Utility Work Shirt - Grey
U.S. Army Shirt - Used O.D. Green
Utility Work Shirt - Pink
50s Denim Jacket - Two Year Wash
60s Denim Jacket - Two Year Wash
Work Shirt - Navy Polka Dot
Work Shirt - Chambray
Work Shirt - White
Fur Hooded Fleece Jacket - Brown
Slim Fit Fatigue Pants - Olive Reverse Sateen
Slim Fit Fatigue Pants - Khaki
107 Ivy Denim - Two Year Wash
105 Standard Denim - Two Year Wash
105 Standard Denim - One Wash
107 Ivy Denim - Black