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The wait is finally over: Toga Archives XH&M collaboration. Launched, and it’s selling like hot cakes in stores and online, so if you want a piece of the undeniably cool line, you’ll be in a hurry.
The Tokyo-based independent luxury label TOGA, founded by Yasuko Fruta in 1997, has been critically acclaimed, and its experimental wardrobe classic has gained an international fan base, which has been praised for its fashion, gender, It is done from a very individual point of view.
This ethic can be seen throughout the collection, which re-imagines some of the men’s and women’s label archive hits, including hybrid trench coats, deconstructed striped shirts and clever cut-outs.
Standout pieces include second leggings, a marbled dress with embellished cutout details and a reversible wool blended trench coat.
At the time of the announcement, Yasuko said, “Fashion is a great way to express your interests quickly and non-verbally. It’s much faster than talking about the artwork you’re interested in, or the music or books you love. When I first launched Toga, I wanted to make clothes for people who are full of curiosity and who are afraid of change. With this H&M collection, I am excited that a wide range of people will be able to discover and enjoy Toga designs.
It can be seen in smart and unexpected designs, including cutout T-shirts, scarf print zipper pants and accessories that will elevate any look.