And here we go again with the drop 2 from one of the best labels from Japan. The one that best carries the standards of the 60’s college preppy look while remaining ultra contemporary. Beams Plus, of course. You’ll find the first drop we covered a few weeks ago at the bottom of the page.
Beams FW21. Drop 2.
Following on from the first drop, we’re still on top of the quality. Let’s be clear, here you will find very few basic products. Our selection is only made up of strong items. The kind of unique garment that sets a outfit.
Among them we can mention the puffer jacket sleeveless. 100% nylon, windproof, beautifully finished, it’s straight up a classic. And how can we not mention the Harrington Jacket in corduroy? On a peaceful paisley pattern, and with a button-down collar, it’s the style of timeless, high-end piece we love from Graduate.
Come on, let’s continue in pictures on this second drop, and don’t forget you’ll find our focus on the first drop at the bottom of the page!
Beams FW21. Drop 1.
The new season is coming, a rainy fall, a winter … actually rainy too, but it’s going to be time to bring out the big guns regarding outfits. If there’s no sun, then we need to shine!
And when it comes to fashion, when it comes to shine, we tend to look east. Heading to Japan, where it’s all happening, where streetwear is 5 years ahead of its time, Tokyo, Harajuku. In short, you know, you know that today it is mostly on the Japanese archipelago that the job is done.
But fun fact (I’m just having fun with this), the Japanese are also looking east. In the direction of the United States. Because as everyone knows, preppy or workwear are definitely very American styles (less so for the latter, but still).
And, at Graduate, we’re lucky enough to once again receive the new collection from one of the most successful labels to merge its two worlds. You guessed it, we’re talking about Beams Plus.
We’re on patchwork, checked patterns, argyle patterns, cardigan, big, even bigger knits… All sublimated by noble fabrics, high-end Japanese manufacturing, and loose fits leaving a nice opportunity for innovation and layering of all kinds.
In short, even an authentic Ivy League student from the 60s would be jealous of the quality of the pieces that Beams Plus deploys season after season. While (and this is where the tour de force lies) remaining incredibly contemporary !