Aries Releases Graphic "Aloha From Hell" Capsule

Everything from biblical references to motorcycling prints.

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London-based label Aries – founded by Palace affiliate Fergus Purcell and Sofia Pantera — has become known for its graphic prints. The brand has stuck to that formula for its latest drop, the “Aloha From Hell” capsule, which includes three long-sleeves — one of which is also a high-neck — and two hoodies.

The graphics used in the capsule take inspiration from a wide range of sources. The “Samson” tees feature the word “HARDCORE” down each sleeve, as well as an image of Biblical figure Samson on the back, while the hoodies come with either “biker girl” or “metal dudes” prints on the front, and the “Aloha From Hell” graphic on the back.

The full collection is available exclusively from the Aries web store, with long-sleeves priced at £90 GBP (approx. $120 USD) and hoodies at £135 GBP (approx. $180 USD). For more from Aries, refresh your memory of the brand’s recent collaboration with Vans.

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