CANOTWAIT_, founded by William Chan, has debuted its highly anticipated 2021 Fall/Winter collection. The brand has been in the spotlight of the fashion world recently, and well-received by fashionistas and the streetwear industry alike. Titled “CANOTWAIT TO GO HIGHER”, the CANOTWAIT_ 2021 Fall/Winter collection, featuring the Designer Series and the ToWear Series, infuses William Chan’s love of camping, skiing and other outdoor activities into this season’s apparel design. Large-area abstract images are used to depict the inspiring aesthetics of nature. The collection awakens people’s latent energy, willing them to continue the climb and “Go Higher,” the brand said.
The ToWear Series integrates a variety of fashion elements into its new lineup of corduroy jackets, wool blend sweaters, denim jackets, faux-leather jackets and other items that stand out for their superior texture. The series takes the colors of nature as inspiration, resulting in multicolored mohair sweaters, scarves and full-print shirts with textures that incorporate contour lines, as well as jacquard mount cardigans and tight-fitting outfits for women.
The new accessories series continues the DIY fun and incredible aesthetic design, combining the “≠” symbol, a representation of the brand’s spirit, in a variety of accessories such as beaded bracelets, glossy rings and earrings, as well as colorful disposable protective masks and hooded cowl necks, merging classy streetwear with upgraded utilitarian styling.
The new Designer Series is impressive in abstracting the visual presentation of animals and human figures, imbuing “Go Higher” with poetic expression, the brand said. The series features several new items such as reversible sweaters, patch suit jackets, down jackets, sweater vests and double-faced wool coats, which have refined tailoring and rich details, combined with garment dyeing, tassel patching, digital printing and other craftsmanship. The novel artistic presentation of high-street style brands is set to surprise trendsetters, the brand said.