KNOW WAVE Releases New T-Shirt Range via Dover Street Market

Including exclusive designs not available elsewhere.

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Underground radio station KNOW WAVE has become known as of late for its covetable T-shirt designs, and here the imprint delivers more of the same with a whole range of new silhouettes from metal- to dazzle camouflage-inspired designs, KNOW WAVE also introduces three prints that are available only from Dover Street Market. Check out the new collection online here, starting from £40 GBP (approximately $50 USD).

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