Dickies x Palmer Trading Company 2016 Spring/Summer Lookbook

Drawing inspiration from California cholo, punk and hip-hop cultures.

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For Palmer Trading Company’s 2016 spring/summer collection, Dickies exclusively collaborates with designer Willy Chavarria to inject a bevy of street culture stylings into the American work wear silhouette. Drawing inspiration from California cholo, punk, and hip-hop cultures, the pair’s latest collection is tailor-made for the warm seasons. The line-up offers monochromatic pieces featuring long and short-sleeve button ups, pleated shorts, and lightweight coats. Find the pieces available in navy, white or khaki.

The Palmer Trading Company and Dickies Spring/Summer 2016 collection will presumably hit menswear stores soon. Find more information on the official lookbook here.

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