Japanese label bukht unveils its fall/winter 2014 collection in its signature muted aesthetic. Once again putting high emphasis on relaxed fit and earthy tones, this line features sensible threads that maintain a contemporary element in both silhouettes and intricate patterns.

Comprised of baggy trousers, oversized sweaters, deconstructed suits, and outerwear, the collection takes cues from nomadic and heritage styles, delivered in an understated color palette. Each garment is intended to be worn alone or as layering piece, providing the options of simple or intricate looks.

It’s a sharp range that one would expect from a label whose name literally translates to “camel of good quality” in Arabic.

Check out images from the lookbook below, and go to bukht’s website to stay up to date on the collection’s release.