Kapital Flies to Berlin for Their FW18 Lookbook, ‘Denim Bauhaus’
Carve out some time in your schedule… Kapital’s latest lookbook, Denim Bauhaus, just dropped and it’s a heater.
Shot entirely in Berlin by resident Kapital photographer, Eric Kvatek, and here to answer questions I never knew I had about puffy boro vests, this one highlights their insane, incredible, indelible fall collection—and for the tl;dr crowd, know that it’s extra in all the right ways.
Full of neck-snapping silhouettes, brilliant references and unrivaled dye-work, no one combines irreverence, craftsmanship and expertise quite like Kapital can, and this latest lookbook checks nearly every sartorial box one could drum up.
(Not an exaggeration. There’s a jockey look. Like Seabiscuit’s person.)
Color-wise, Kapital leans heavy into their standard indigo range, but it tosses in a healthy dose of orange (because fall), some animal print (because always) and some other loud accents (because why not), making it a killer fall collection.
Highlights include that aforementioned lifejacket-looking boro vest, a damn-near perfect leopard-print zip-up and what look like some printed Sarouel Nouvelle Pants. And for those of you into comfort, Kapital’s track pants—done in an olive green with a red stripe—look dangerous.
That vest though. I’m shook.
But it’s not just a bunch of jpegs. You can attend the Denim Bauhaus book release party on October 14 at The Window, located at 6825 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles and meet Eric Kvatek and Kiro Hirata.