Rare Panther Showcases Latest Collection in Bold New Lookbook

Expect vintage prints and vibrant palettes.

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LA-based lifestyle brand Rare Panther launched in 2013 and has quickly become a label worth knowing thanks to its revolutionary aesthetic (its tagline is “power to the people”) and graphic prints. For the new season it’s taken inspiration from the 1960s and 1970s to create a retro-tinged collection of tees, long-sleeved shirts, hoodies and accessories in vivid tones. The 2016 fall/winter collection has a price range of $30 to $110 USD and will be available on the Rare Panther website this Thursday at 12 p.m. PT and at selected retailers worldwide later this month.

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