Liam Hodges Spring/Summer 2018 Is Available Now

Featuring graphic slogans and patchwork pieces.

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London-based designer Liam Hodges‘ Spring/Summer 2018 collection — first unveiled at London Fashion Week: Men’s back in June — has finally dropped. This season’s collection takes inspiration from a wide range of sources, including grime, two step, pirate radio and zine culture, as well as fusing influences from both sportswear and workwear

The collection — titled “Unveiled Tomorrows” — features graphic slogans, such as “NOISE” and “The World Needs You,” as well as an image of the bear that closed last season’s show. Other key pieces in the Spring/Summer 2018 collection include a vareuse popover parka and an all-black patchwork hoodie.

Pieces from the collection have just dropped over at END., with prices ranging from £99 GBP for a tee to £489 for the “NOISE” hoodie (approx. $135 USD to $660 USD). As well as this collection, Liam Hodges is set to drop his collaboration with FILA in the near future.

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