For Spring/Summer 2017, Edwin shift the focus back to the brand’s DNA, remixing and refreshing traditional denim silhouettes, alongside workwear and military inspired pieces, including West Coast styles, sun bleached colours, damaged and distressed denim and rebellious graphic prints.

Updating EDWIN’s Japanese heritage and brand DNA, they introduce four new denim jacket styles in both premium

selvage and non-selvage qualities, alongside a reinforced programme of shirts to strengthen the collection for

Spring/Summer 2017.

The seasonal 5-pocket highlight comes in the form of the new ED-30 silhouette with a straight leg, high rise and cropped inseam. A modern version of the iconic Nashville, available in 12oz Japan cotton denim and Tuscan PFD options.

Making a strong and youthful visual statement, the contemporary Acid wash programme inspired by the early 90’s rave scene makes use of EDWIN’s ‘63 Rainbow Listed Japanese Selvage Denim in both the E-Classic Trucker Jacket and the loose fitting ED-45.

Heavy distressed, patched and repaired denim is nicely juxtaposed with an assortment of textures including heavy slub indigo, chambray and soft tailored herringbone twill for a relaxed, modern-vintage feel.