Saturdays NYC 2016 Spring/Summer Lookbook

The New York City-based brand’s upcoming collection draws influences from the different effects of light.

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New York-based brand Saturdays NYC brings forth another effortlessly laid back range of casual wear with its 2016 spring/summer menswear collection. The season’s range of elevated basics takes inspiration from the various effects of light, where stripes, zigzags and gingham patterns are featured throughout the range of coach jackets, denim jackets, windbreakers, bomber jackets, sweaters, short- and long-sleeved button-down shirts, T-shirts, slacks, and shorts. The label also debuts new prints like ”Prism,” which was inspired by the phenomenon of light filtering through a prism; and “Iris,” which was directly influenced by bokeh, the visually blurry, out-of-focus areas of a photograph. The Saturdays NYC 2016 spring/summer collection will be available for purchase in the near future at Saturdays retailers worldwide as well as its webstore.

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