Updated hanten coats and hakama pants for men and women are ready for your next fashion campaign.

Trove is the Japanese fashion brand behind Wa Robe (Japanese Robe), a clothing line that incorporates traditional styling cues that date back to the days of the samurai. However, Trove is based in Shibuya, one of Tokyo’s trendiest neighborhoods, and so it regularly updates the Wa Robe catalog with new styles.

Next month, it’ll release the Spring 2019 Wa Robe collection, which includes the new Naga-Hanten.

An extra-long version of the traditional hanten workman’s coat, the Naga-Hanten hangs loosely, with a relaxed cardigan-like fit. A unisex garment, it’s available in black or vermillion for 21,600 yen (US$195).

There’s also a special version of the Naga-Hanten, produced in cooperation with British fabric supplier Liberty, which uses a higher-quality cotton and splashes a eye-catching pattern onto the material for those willing to shell out 24,840 yen.

▼ Like all Trove’s items, the coats can work with either Western or Japanese-style clothing.

For something a little more substantial-looking, there’s the Haori (27,000 yen), a half-coat traditionally worn over kimono for warmth during cool weather or evenings.

While many of the models in Trove’s photos might look like they’re wearing skirts at first glance, those are actually Hakama (24,480 yen), billowy pants that were commonly worn by warriors during Japan’s feudal era.

There’s also an alternate, the Hakama Andon (24,480 yen),which does away with the gusset seams. This type of hakama was particularly popular with young women during the Meiji Period of the late 1800s, but Trove’s take on it is a unisex design.

Pre-orders are now being taken here thorough Trove’s online shop, with shipping scheduled for early April.

Source: Trove via Japaaan
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