the design vocabulary of japanese ryo kashiwazaki and his cult men's label hender scheme isn't far removed from the aesthetic of mainstream brands, but it's formulated as such that it easily stands out. the brand's new s/s 2016 collection is a playful take on post modernism, featuring a concise range of apparel items, shoes and accessories, all handcrafted from a variety of natural materials in a subdued colour scheme. as always, the detailng in hender scheme's designs is vital and manifests particularly sophisticated in some of the shoe models. the materials used for this collection include pig's leather, canvas and brass. shown here is a selection of items from the collection that we like best. hender scheme is available at select stores across the planet, including h.lorenzo [los angeles], opening ceremony [new york], 290 square meters [amsterdam], sanlipop [beijing] and maidens shop [tokyo].