CGNY's 2016 Fall/Winter Lookbook Is for the NYC Kids

The restless whose days are nights.

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The creativity, youth, chaos, endless nights and hustle of NYC lay the foundation to each of streetwear brand CGNY‘s collections. The upcoming 2016 fall/winter lookbook “Days/Nights” is no exception to this, with its exaggerated loose fits that mix sweats with metal rings reminiscent of underground raves, logo strips, broad legs, jagged hems and fringed jeans. Graphic treatments pay homage to the restless with “my days are my nights” printed across tees, hoods and inside the zip lining of a leather jacket. Check out the season’s lookbook above and shop the pieces here.

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