Tokyo-based label Graphpaper has just presented its Spring/Summer 2021 collection. Set behind a clean backdrop, the brand’s new lookbook displays an expansive range of minimal styles, emphasizing its affinity for understated palettes and meticulous cuts.
Much of the collection is monochromatic but manages to slot in a handful of tones, like blue, pink and yellow, without breaking the overall minimalist aesthetic. The majority of the silhouettes in the range, like trench coats, chambray button-ups, half-zip sweaters, nylon shorts, blazers and trousers have been made with a slightly loose cut, complemented by their highly breathable fabrics. One noteworthy piece is a navy parka that comes with a subtle sheen. It features raised collars, two large pockets at the waist and a slightly cinched back. Another highlight is a blue mac coat with contrasting black buttons. Other garments like checkered jackets, short-sleeve button-ups, boiler suits, striped T-shirts and large field jackets round off the expansive assemblage.
Though no official release dates have been disclosed, scroll through the gallery above for an early look at Graphpaper’s SS21 collection.
If you liked this lookbook, you might be poised to check out Sillage’s SS21 lookbook.