Having graduated from Bunka Fashion College in 1999, Hiromichi Ochiai has since gone on to make strides within the world of textiles with Japan-based company Guildwork, which deals with recognizable brands such as COMME des GARCONS, Zucca, and Undercover. While working as an assistant with NGAP in the spring of 2007, Ochiai entered into his own with the launch of his very own label, Facetasm.

Since its conception, Facetasm has truly grown into something special, displaying unique collections which portray a particular sensibility while still setting itself apart from the crowd. The influences of Tokyo can be made evidently clear by the diverse use of colors and fabrics, which fit perfectly into the brand’s vision of “various faces” and “various perspectives”.

This season, Facetasm comes correct with the Charcoal Liner Sweatshirt, a diamond quilted garment that utilizes an array of satin, cotton, and polyester. The sweatshirt is cut in an oversized-fit that garners its inspiration from army elements, while keeping in tune to streetwear tastes.



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