Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.

Sacai Introduces The Bonker, Puffur, & Blazo Franken-Coats

  1. Begin Slideshow
    Opener
    Photo: MCV Photo.

    248

    SHARES

    0 comments
    See All Slides

    There's the jegging. The skort. In fashion's vocabulary, a few portmanteaus have really made it as real words. But, if you're looking for mashups about a million times more creative (not to mention covetable), you'd better commit this brand to memory: Sacai.

    Chitose Abe, the Japanese designer for the brand, has slowly been taking the label to dizzying heights with her brilliant, deconstructed clothing that feels as one-of-a-kind as couture but as cool as a thrift-store outfit. The standout pieces from her fall '14 collection tapped right into the part of us that can't make up our minds about what we want in a jacket. Instead of picking just a trench, an overcoat, a bomber, or a puffer, she's gone and created a whole new range of jacket types. The moto-biker-poofy-shearling-bomber (a bonker?), the yeti-lined-sleeping-bag (a puffur?), the side-zip-double-breasted-Perfecto-blazer (a blazo?) — it was a mashup of Franken-coats that made the particular Sacai show so stunning. Click through for our favorite combos from yesterday's show.

    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

How IKEA Solved My Big Closet Dilemma

If you live in a city, you probably have an awkward closet. Either it's shallow, two inches away from your bed, or even worse, non-existent. The latter was my situation. When I moved into my Brooklyn apartment last year, I turned the living room into a bedroom, which meant plenty of wall space, but zero shelves or rods for read

Larsa Pippen Has The Best Life Ever

If you follow Larsa Pippen on Instagram, then you already know that she basically has a picture-perfect life. Between her 18-year marriage to NBA star Scottie Pippen (which is an eternity in pro athlete years) and her rock solid friendship with Kim Kardashian, she enjoys all of the perks of celebrity, minus most of the read