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Old Park Japan Makes Old Clothes New Again — Available Now

With the heightened awareness of sustainability, we see many giant sports brands initiating eco-friendly habits such as being mindful of the materials used in their products. However, some brands are purposefully created with the primary purpose of being green.

Established during the Fall/Winter 2012 season, Old Park reuses preloved branded clothes and turns them into new trendy wearables. The Japanese label collects discarded retro garments from brands, like The North Face and Nike and stitches them together to make something fashionable and eco-conscious.

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The designs range from monochromatic matching, wild remixes of fallen fabric to complementary meshing of colourway. Due to the random patching of various garments into one wearable, you may find yourself sporting a duo or even triple brand piece. 

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The latest launch includes a series of flight jackets, which inherits the durability of their original brands without compromising their distinctive style. You can bust out the same swag as these Korean characters who donned resembling jackets and looked amazingly stunning—the strong-willed Park Seo Joon in Itaewon Class or the charming Hyun Bin in Crash Landing on You.

Each flight jacket comes in men’s cut but ladies, you can wear them oversized too! 

Credit – Crash Landing On You / Itaewon Class

Each design is exclusive and has limited quantities. Dive in and check out Old Park’s apparel from the following Japanese online retailers; 1989 and Circus E-boutique or FreeStrain.

Price: 57,600yen to 69,600yen (approx. S$780 to S$943)

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