Some Ware Releases Latest Collection of Graphic-Heavy Offerings

Featuring a No Vacancy Inn collaboration.

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Cali Thornhill DeWitt and Brendan Fowler’s Some Ware label recently dropped its latest collection of graphic-heavy garment offerings for the Winter season. Unveiled via a simple lookbook, the new drop is comprised of three long sleeve T-shirts which all feature Some Ware’s signature graphic styling and placement. The SW009 Octopus (2) is a partnership with frequent collaborators No Vacancy Inn, while the SW054 Bloody Guy On TV and SW060 Car/Truck shirts are centered around a play on typography and Thornhill’s personal photography. Retailing at $100 USD, Some Ware’s latest Winter drop is available now on Some Ware’s official website.

Also, learn more about Some Ware’s recent Los Angeles pop-up which enlisted the help of Awake NY, Odwalla 1221, Come Tees and No Vacancy Inn.

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