“The fundamental agreement” that Fundamental Agreement Luxury has been able to reach with customers, fan base and collectors since its founding in 2005 is renewed with every drop, collection, and collaboration.
The Tokyo-born brand from the creative mind of Gaku Tsuyoshi has never missed one: from collaborations with Billionair Boys, Vans Vault, to limited edition Bearbricks and again Boro, New Era, to the creation of interior fabrics, capsule collections, accessories; it has always produced denim above common standards.
The feature that makes the FDMTL brand unique – besides the very high quality of materials used – is the processing of its denim: it can be raw or distressed; a unique and luxurious detail is added to each garment, such as the fabric tucked inside the back pockets for added strength, the loop on the left front pocket, and the front button specially designed to act as a key ring.
For the Fall/Winter 2022 season, FDMTL re-purposes its distinctive Japanese patchwork boro style on straight-cut jeans and multi-pocket jackets with indigo-colored collage patterns, corduroy and reused linen. Tsuyoshi‘s distinctive touch emerges on staple garments such as sweatshirts and hoodies and is visible in the patchwork patterns.
The mix of traditional Japanese workmanship and cut and contemporary streetwear ecstasy that has made FDMTL famous around the world emerges particularly in the Kimono Tape Haori and Haori Rinse jackets; the collection also consists of the 100% + 400% limited edition Be@rbrick Boro with a distressed denim pattern across the entire surface.