Now, on the heels of the faux furs they launched for fall 2017, which gained notable popularity when worn by Migos and Wiz Khalifa, Kawanishi launches a full capsule that feels just as inspired by '90s and early-aughts nostalgia as his past stylish throwbacks to youth culture have. (Cam'ron, anyone?)
Simply called the Fur Capsule, Landlord offers a fuller line of ethical faux-fur wares, from coats and bags to hats and bombers, in a range of colors including purple, blue, pink, white, olive, and grey. An alloy brass college pin bearing the Landlord name is tossed in for extra drama.
Retail pricing goes from $8 (that brass pin we just mentioned); to $120 for bucket hats; $150 for trapper hats; $180-$200 for totes and fanny packs; and from $600-$700 for varying coat styles. The full Fur Capsule launches on Thursday, November 8 on Landlord's website, and at select retailers like Barneys New York and Dover Street Market.
Take a look at Landlord's Fur Capsule collection, below.