The Quiet Life 2014 Summer Lookbook

The Quiet Life continues to experiment with abstract painting and vintage line drawings in its

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The Quiet Life continues to experiment with abstract painting and vintage line drawings in its collection for Summer 2014. The brand packed several capsules into this collection, anchored by a watercolor capsule by New York-based painter Matt Sohl. Quiet Life also dabbles with fabrics on T-shirts and button-ups, applying renowned Liberty London patterns to chest pockets and trims. Accessories include two new bags, as well as an array of headwear sure to compliment any pairing this summer. Look for this mature collection from The Quiet Life at select stockists now, with a delivery arriving at our very own HYPEBEAST Store at the end of the month.

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