The good people down at Wish in Atlanta have done another stellar job in the curation department, this time assembling looks from Stampd‘s Fall/Winter 2013 collection. The Los Angeles-based brand has already established a minimalist aesthetic for itself, adapting a monochromatic color palette for its T-shirts, accessories, and cut & sew options. For this collection, Stampd subtly celebrates American coastal motifs: the West is observed through details such as paisley sleeves on raglans, while the font of the New York Post newspaper and large-letter printed tops give a nod to the East. Contemporary trends such as polka dots and spikes pair well with the predominantly black-hued collection. The editorial, shot by Mae Elizabeth Gurene, is viewable above, while pieces from the collection can be found on Wish’s web shop.
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