Australian-label EX Infinitas is known for its references to vintage surfwear, with its Fall/Winter 2017 collection being named “Ready-To-Surfwear.” The brand has developed this inspiration for its latest capsule collection, with old surf-wear pieces being recycled into new half-and-half T-shirts.
One of the brand’s that features prominently throughout the capsule is Stüssy, with the Californian-label’s classic “Charlie Don’t Surf” graphic featuring, as well as its crown and script logos. The cut-and-sew collection also features other classic surfing brands, with RipCurl, Ocean Pacific and Public Image also being used.
Explaining the capsule, EX Infinitas Lukas’ Vincent said:
“With sustainability foremost on my mind, I decided to re-master deadstock surf t-shirts, creating a hybrid of prints from various iconic surf brands over the generations. Each garment in this limited capsule is entirely unique.”
The collection is available exclusively from Farfetch, with each one-of-a-kind shirt priced at £358 GBP (approx. $470 USD). Farfetch is also now selling colette’s collaboration with Thom Browne through its web store.