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2019 “Suburbia” Editorial

As time abrades the fabric and dye of garments, some styles withstand the winnows of trends, detouring back in vogue. While each vintage piece represents an epoch of fashion history and an era of craftsmanship, vintage wear also inspires designers to reciprocate attires in their idiosyncratic aesthetics. Amid by the cluster of French workwear and American militarism, our 2019 “Suburbia” Editorial captures the current manoeuvre that designers take in reinvigorating modes of ere, eroding pristine fabrics of date. Featured brands include Needles, Polo Ralph Lauren Polo Sport, Prada, Billionaire Boys Club and more.

20 years in designing American-inspired garments, Keizo Shimizu of NEPENTHES holds his affinity while remaining true to his Japanese identity. The Needles 7 Cuts College T-Shirt is made up of deconstructed panels from 7 different vintage garbs. Joined together by flatlock stitching, every multi-colored shirt is unique and assembled by hand — a perfect demonstration of the East-West amalgamation. Accompanied by the AMBUSH Lighter Case Necklace for a modern twist to the vintage look with Polo Ralph Lauren’s latest 90s’-inspired Polo Sport Cap.

Amongst many streetwear labels, vintage elements are often seen assimilated into garbs of the latest street fashion scene. The Stussy Ralphie Stirpe Rugby Shirt sees stripe pattern in khaki and red throughout with white collars, accompanied by the corduroy 93 Cords lose fit pants from Polar Skate Co..

As the essence of American style, more items from the Polo Ralph Lauren Polo Sport series is featured throughout the looks. Curating items from both the Denim and Silver Collection, highlighted items include the Classic Sport Baseball Cap, the multi-color Nylon Backpack and Belt Bag. Other spotlighted apparel pieces include the Billionaire Boys Club Photometric Shirt and the Prada Frankenstein Shirt.

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