Visvim designer Hiroki Nakamura always comes correct with his unparalleled interpretation of Americana garments. But for Fall 2015, the Japanese mastermind upped the degree of cultural references based on his travels across the world.

Including everything from classic chambray shirts and Navajo-print kimonos to high-waisted wide-leg jeans and graphic tees, the range is incredibly versatile yet maintains harmony through Nakamura’s signature heritage aesthetic. Paisley prints, American Indian illustrations, hand-painted polka dots, and American flag panels continue the brand’s emphasis on bold yet tasteful accents, but in a way that is much more refined and considered. However, the standout items within this range are definitely the outerwear pieces. You have sherpa-tinged jackets, bombers, a leather shearling jacket, and heavy bonded wool topcoats inspired by the traditional Japanese garb.

Check out images from Visvim’s Fall 2015 collection below. While you wait for the range to drop, you can shop the brand’s current offerings at its online store.

[via WWD]