Bryce Barnes Showcases 2016 Fall/Winter "DRUNK NIGHTS" Collection

Long nights out.

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Changing pace from its 2015 “SOLITUDE” capsule which featured a muted color palette, contemporary sportswear designer Bryce Barnes has added some brighter vibes to its 2016 fall/winter collection. The new season, titled “DRUNK NIGHTS,” channels good times with friends and long nights out partying, into a series of easy to wear staples like joggers and tees. For the cooler months of the year, the brand has also created a long parka and worker jacket with a bright orange contrast lining which can be worn over its white graphic hoodies and red half-zip styles for a colorful layered aesthetic. Look for the collection to drop in the coming months on the Bryce Barnes website.

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Model
Vladimir.gvozd
Photographer
Lena Shkoda

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