Slam Jam Socialism and 'Buffalo Zine' Head to Scotland in New Fall 2017 Editorial

“Kilty Pleasures.”

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To showcase its Fall/Winter 2017 selection, Slam Jam Socialism — the online aspect of Italy’s legendary Slam Jam stores — has teamed up with London-based publication Buffalo ZineFor the editorial, Buffalo Zine decided to head to the Scottish highlands, and paired Slam Jam’s pieces with kilts, one of Scotland’s most iconic pieces of clothing.

As well as the kilts, the editorial includes warm-weather pieces, such as hoodies from Japanese label sasquatchfabrix., as well as the wool Brushed Arrows pullover and mixed-check shirt from Off-White™. Graphic T-shirts from the likes of Call Me 917, Thames and Bianca Chandon are also shown in the editorial.

Take a look at the “Kilty Pleasures” editorial from Buffalo Zine above, all of the pieces (apart from the kilts) are available now from the Slam Jam Socialism web store.

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