It's always a safe bet that whenever some obscure Japanese dude is attached to a label, the clothes have a pretty high likelihood of being incredible. In this case, we have Hirokazu Goh's debut F/W 13 collection from his label Salvy. Previously, Goh did an 18-month stint (job hop much, bro?) at Issey Miyake's design office before taking the reigns at his own line. Although clearly influenced by classic workwear, Salvy is much more refined—you can rock their triple patch pocket worker jacket to your sister's baby shower without looking like a dick. The baggier pants silhouettes are refreshing in a world full of slim-fit everything and though it probably wouldn't be a good look on most of us regular civilians, I can dig it.