Factotum 2010-11 A/W Collection

The 10th Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo is in progress, and TokyoFashion.com’s contributors have been reporting back on the runway shows going on all over town. On Tuesday March 23rd, Japanese label Factotum presented their 2010-2011 Autumn/Winter collection at the National Stadium venue.

Launched in 2004, Factotum is a Japanese menswear label known for its military and working man influenced styling. The brand’s creator Koji Udo was born in 1971, and is a graduate of Tokyo Mode Gakuen. After college, he worked for Beams Ltd., studied in London, and – with Manabu Yaegashi and Tatsuya Togo – launched the Lounge Lizard brand before creating Factotum.

The brand’s workwear aesthetic, slim silhouettes, and military cut have gained it a following among young Japanese men, as well as putting Factotum on the radar of international fans of Japanese streetwear. We encourage you to click the thumbnails below and check out the full sized versions of all of the pictures for yourself.

Factotum 2010/11 Autumn/Winter


External Link: Factotum Official Website


About the photographer:
As long as he is behind his camera Will is a happy man. He has photographed everything from the slums of Bangkok to the catwalks of Tokyo. He is a contract photographer for Lonely Planet, his images and photo essays have appeared in Time Out, The Japan Times, Sportswear International and a variety of other newspapers, magazines and guidebooks around the world and his photo essays from Iraq for The Griffith Review even earned him a mention in the Australian book review of the year in 2006. In addition to his media related work, Will also shoots events, portraits, weddings and the occasional CD cover. Whatever he’s working on, he always writes about his jobs and how he goes about them at Will Robb Photography.

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  3. high fashion workwear is pretty ironic. modeling clothes after working class people who could never afford anything they sell. i think the aesthetic is cool. but pricing it like high fashion is ridiculous in a way. *steps off soapbox*