Stussy 2015 Fall/Winter New Arrivals

The latest seasonal standouts from the streetwear icon.

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With the Fall/Winter 2015 season in full swing, Stussy returns with the latest releases from its cold weather collection. While the brand continues to drop newsworthy collaborations with a host of notable names, its in-house line stays true to its roots with graphic-driven, ’90s-era streetwear designs and sportswear influences. Among the highlights this time are hockey jerseys, traditional-style fisherman’s sweaters, letterman jackets, all-over print shirting and military fleece pants, bolstered by perennial staples like World Tour graphic tees, snapbacks and logo sweatshirts. Take a look at the latest from Stussy above, and shop the Fall/Winter 2015 collection now at HBX.

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