Japanese designer Teppei Fujita launched his brand Sulvam in 2013 after working as a patternmaker for Yohji Yamamoto. The brand’s name is derived from the Latin word for “improvisation”, which embodies Fujita’s process for making his collections. Working with a broad range in color and patterns, Sulvam’s lineups often consist of tailored matching suit pieces, chunky knitwear, and delicate shirts. Pieces are playful and unique, yet flexible when styling.