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From the new year For-Tomorrow will be carrying Daisuke Nishida’s Japanese label Devoa.

Daisuke aims to understand natural human body movements. As a former athlete and medical instructor he constructs his patterns with movement of skin, muscle and frame in mind, naturally evolving the clothes to perfection.

Japanese paper (washi) mixed with cotton and jersey, mixed linen with ramie and extremely fine knitted wool round out this seasons materials.

“The name is a derivation of the Spanish word “devota”, which is similar in meaning to “devotion”. Daisuke chose this because our collections come from the heart.

The aesthetic of Devoa is clean and border less, the intricate details and complex construction are obtained by working very closely with trusted small factories and artisans in Japan.

Sydney local denim label Billycock have produced a video in collaboration with Jai Films, as below.

This video was filmed and edited by For-Tomorrow at the first multi-season Australian fashion Trade Event. The video includes For-Tomorow labels such as Andrew McDonald, which was being represented by For-Tomorrow at the event.

For-Tomorrow also created The Wearers Right website and the official video for the event.

Note: View this video in HD.

Certainly the highlight of the week, filmed by the New Zealand Herald, an interview with the lovely Dayne and Liz from Zambesi. Dayne whom designs menswear for Zambesi is also a frequent visitor to Paris Mens Fashion Week in which he is the buyer for the 7 Zambesi flagship stores; Comme des Garcons, Rick Owens and Raf Simons to name a few brands.

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