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Champion - Spring/Summer 2018

For Spring/Summer 2018, Champion continue to churn out some of the best jersey in the world. Made using Champion's magical reverse weave technology, all product is woven horizontally so it won't shrink like your average stuff and will keep it's shape for longer.

For the warm season ahead, Champion have released some vibrant colour options alongside warm pastels and core classics.

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Carhartt WIP Lookbook by Viktor Vauthier

Shot by the famed French photographer and artist, Viktor Vauthier, the Spring/Summer 2018 Carhartt WIP collection is highlighted with vibrant colours and lightweight versions of the brand’s iconic silhouettes. Standout pieces include the Michigan Chore Coat and Shirt in Soft Teal alongside the classic Chase Sweat in updated seasonal colourways.

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Wood Wood - Spring/Summer 2018

Entitled ‘Mondano’, the Wood Wood Spring / Summer 2018 collection takes its outset in the lifestyle and atmosphere of the Italian province of Campania. The collection fuses colours, silhouettes and general inspiration from the region with the contemporary fashion aesthetics of Wood Wood.

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Photography by Adam Katz Sinding.


EDWIN Denim - Long Afternoon Goodbyes...

The short summer nights,
Beneath the grey sea,
Sun warm on our backs,
Long afternoon goodbyes.

Shot in the forgotten coastal city of Ostend, photographer, videographer, and all-around creative, Irwin Barbé sets the scene for the season ahead with a first look at the latest EDWIN denim collection for Spring/Summer 2018.

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Some Swimming Pools - EDWIN x Zach Sebastian

Printed in 2015 in monochrome on coloured paper stock and limited to a first edition of 200, "Some Swimming Pools and a Broken Crack Pipe" by Zach Sebastian is a zine paying homage to Ed Ruscha’s Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass.

Where Ruscha photographed beautiful pools filled with deep blue water, Sebastian has photographed derelict, decaying, abandoned concrete holes in the ground.

The unavoidable comparison between the two photo books spurs questions surrounding the subject matter. While Ruscha’s photographs were meant to be seen simply...