Death to Tennis Reinvents Staples for Spring/Summer 2018

Something old, something new.

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New York’s Death to Tennis is set to drop more relaxed-fit goods for next season. With a strong selection of goods already set to roll out, the label cues up another drop of versatile looks.

Encompassing a range of goods from basics to outerwear, the array boasts a generous color palette and successfully blends cool and warm hues; it even includes a bold paisley pattern. Offering a mature twist on gear like sweatpants and waffle-knit hoodies, the brand bolsters linen staple goods with lightweight cottons and denim, avoiding getting pinholed into any one style of clothing. Athletic clothing and American staples are outfitted with quirks like oversized drawstrings and angled pockets, keeping the looks both timeless and progressive.

Expect Death to Tennis’ new collection to arrive online and at its stockists in the coming months.

In the meantime, take a look at the fragment design x A-COLD-WALL* collection, which is now available.

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