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Bold block colours, irregular dye patterns, and retro 80’s and 90’s graphics remain a leading trend across SS20 when it comes to staple t-shirt profiles. Both Mollusk and fun-loving Polar celebrate the transition in seasons by delivering a number of new custom designs from artists such as Jacob Ovgren, Tynan Kerr and Nathaniel Russel, whilst a collaboration between adidas and recently revived Metropolitan actively seeks a more futuristic approach uplifted by metallic accents and 90’s-esque decals.

For fans of eco-conscious outdoor powerhouse Patagonia, the season welcomes a number of new 100% recycled designs such as the P-6 Logo Responsibili-Tee and their refined Boardshort Label Pocket Tee, whilst their Cotton in Conversion scheme and their on-going sustainability conquest sets them in high spirits for the change in seasons. Fresh new multi-colour designs and revitalised striped profiles from Stan Ray, Boys Choir and Champion set about re-animating a nostalgic vibe, whilst fuss-free Parlez celebrate a

number of new nautical-inspired tees richly decorated with embroidered decals and simplified sign-offs.

A seasonal change that calls for lightweight and more breathable stylings and materials, sportswear profiles from Nike SB such as the understated Sphynx T-Shirt, the Sail T-Shirt and the energetic graffiti-inspired Head First Tee remain loyal to their track and field and early 00’s hip-hop heritage, whilst by Parra’s unfathomed visionary direction once again graces the season with a number of brand new abstract designs that are designed to push the boundaries of contemporary styling. No matter whether long or short sleeved, SS20 is filled with a number of standout staples that are set to complement any surf, skate or street-led wardrobe with ease. With the change in weather often calling for a change in lifestyle activities, this season welcomes the shift between slim fittings to more oversized, loosened and free-flowing profiles with open arms. 

Bold block colours, irregular dye patterns, and retro 80’s and 90’s graphics remain a leading trend across SS20 when it comes to staple t-shirt profiles. Both Mollusk and fun-loving Polar celebrate the transition in seasons by delivering a number of new custom designs from artists such as Jacob Ovgren, Tynan Kerr and Nathaniel Russel, whilst a collaboration between adidas and recently revived Metropolitan actively seeks a more futuristic approach uplifted by metallic accents and 90’s-esque decals.

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