roar 2011 Spring/Summer "ALOHA" Collection

Japanese brand roar, also known as roar guns, present their Spring/Summer 2011 collection

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Japanese brand roar, also known as roar guns, present their Spring/Summer 2011 collection “ALOHA.” The collection has stepped away from the slightly darker side that roar is traditionally known for and has embraced the feeling of ALOHA by mixing in acid wash denim with tie-dye, cargo pants, sandals and even their own take on the Hawaiian shirt. As with previous seasons, the roar icon and two crossed peace maker guns are used to represent the brand’s expression of “Love and Peace,” which makes a constant appearance throughout the collection. Once again the logo is presented in print, metal studs and Swarovski crystals versions. The collection is now available at roar dealers.

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