While having come to know and appreciate WTAPS first and foremost for its military-inspired aesthetic, the Japanese streetwear brand has gradually shifted to a more sportswear-leaning style in recent time. Aptly underlining this development, POPEYE magazine staged key pieces from WTAPS’ current Spring/Summer 2014 collection in front of a skatepark backdrop. Camo jackets and cargo pants still hint at WTAPS’ military roots. The rest, however, is made up of casual everyday staples, such as shorts, patterned button-ups and sweaters.
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