The s/s 18 collection from premium casualwear label Mocha Salt draws inspiration from Japan, giving a modern take on traditional dyeing, embroidery and fabric weaving techniques.
Prints featured on the brands signature swimshorts are based on shibori, a traditional Japanese manual resist dyeing method, where cloth is bound, stitched, knotted or twisted before being dyed. The result is a collection of indigo patterns, with superimposed bamboo leaf patterns or geometric shapes.
Summer shorts are crafted from carefully sourced high-quality fabrics from Japan, with a focus on durability and comfort. The brand introduced the use of a lightweight cotton in a chambray weave, and an innovative linen-tencel that combines the best of both fabrics in a durable, breathable pair of shorts.
Mocha Salt specialises in stylish summer wear that can be worn anywhere, blending European sophistication with carefree Aussie cool. All products are created in Sydney workshops specialised in traditional menswear tailoring to guarantee quality and workmanship.
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