Smart Buy - Watanabe workwear

With interest in Junya Watanabe's recent work at an all time high, it appears like the perfect time to diversify (aka make something people can afford) and that's just what he's done with this collaboration with Le Laboureur, the french workwear company.

Watanabe's love of workwear is apparent in all of his ranges, so it's no surprise that he'd choose to work with the family run company, The southern Burgundy company that was founded by Adolphe Lafont in 1956. The only real surprise is the sub-200 price tag, making it a piece of workwear you wouldn't be scared of doing some actual work in. www.brownsfashion.com

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