Japanese streetwear icons Jun Takahashi and Hiroshi Fujiwara have aligned to offer a small range of limited Spring/Summer 2013 garments under their collaborative label, ASSEMBLE, formerly AFFA. A heavily military-inspired piece within the small collection, the AFK4201 Jacket comes draped in a vintage distressed camo cotton ripstop fabric. Functional details come in an array of storage pockets situated on the chest and waist, along with a concealable stripped pattern and screen-printed hood stowed away in the collar. Made from a light and supple cotton fabric, the AFK4802 top features a bold stripe pattern, ribbed collar, cuffs and shoulder detailing, along with the brand insignia situated at the rear collar tie the simple garment together.
The AFK4901 sweater is knit from premium cashmere wool and comes relatively devoid of any visible branding. Unique detailing comes in the way of reverse stitched sleeves and side gussets, while a tonal embroidered brand insignia situated at the cuff finish the garment. Utilizing a classic three-button blazer silhouette, the AFK4101Jacket is comprised of a quilted nylon outer and filled with cotton, the piece houses utilitarian elements in ergonomically placed pockets situated at the waist, chest and interior. Finishing details include moleskin fabric accenting, contoured torso, and the addition of a high collar button.