Sixh. x Mens Spider Fashion Live2: MINT Collection
Following the Ibi Collection and a series of performances, Mint's line sauntered onstage with a casual swagger.
Free in its simplicity, MINT’s collection is sober and casual. These are the type of clothes you want to hang out in, the clothes in which you feel comfortable. These are the baggy pants and loose jackets that keep you cool in summer and warm in autumn. These are the quality comfies that feel AND look good.
Predominantly black, the practicality of each outfit is accented with tiny flashes of white in the form of patterns, zips and buttons.
Easy to put on and easy to take off, the pure straightforwardness of the collection allows for uninhibited individual flair. This is best emphasized in the contrast of designer MINT’s vivacious hair style to the dark shades of his various ensembles.
However, there’s also a little something for those who prefer to express themselves loudly and clearly without bothering with hair and accessories. Bringing back the classics in un-conventional cohesion, MINT gives us tie-dye and plaid. Let’s face it, who would ever think of putting these two patterns together in one outfit? And yet, MINT pulls it off with just the right blend of reds and pinks. It’s loud, it’s unusual, and it speaks a thousand words.
Baggy pinstripes, subtly chequered hoods and stealthy black. If you’re going to look threatening, you may as well look fashionable, too. No boring plain black from head to foot. This line says you can stand out even with your face covered.
Last but not least, a new line of collaboration shirts hit the catwalk. Cute, cuddly mascot characters frolicking about in white, blue and pink. These popular shirts not only look fantastic, they support musical artists at the same time. And you don’t even have to be a fan to wear something that cute!
Warm in cold weather or warm in colour, this is a collection for anyone who likes their fashion but also likes to feel comfortable. MINT’s designs can be worn on a daily basis and yet contain a sense of individuality. They don’t pop out at you (for the most part) but each item has elements that say “This is me.”
There are 30 photos in this visual kei exclusive.