Retro Styles Abound in ALLEGE's 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Striped tees and bold florals meet leather jackets and pleated trousers.

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Founded in 2011 by designer Ryo Yamaguchi, Japanese label ALLEGE has had a penchant for laid-back style from the very beginning, producing “casual clothing that we can wear any time as we pursue our usual lifestyle.” Yamaguchi’s Spring/Summer 2016 styles were a perfect example of this ethos and next year’s spring/summer drop is no different. Whereas this year’s release emphasized oversized silhouettes in monochromatic executions, 2017’s collection is a decided throwback. Marked by bold motifs and silhouettes, the range is an apt nod to the mid-1900s and offers up everything from pleated high-waisted trousers and leather riders jackets to floral-emblazoned Hawaiian shirts, striped tees and military-inspired outerwear.

Peruse the looks above and look for each of the pieces to hit select stockists early next year.

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