Shareef Drops a Vibrant and Voluminous Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

Baggy fits from the Japanese imprint.

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Tokyo-based fashion label Shareef‘s Spring/Summer 2018 collection isn’t shy on color, proportions or print. Pivoting on a jewel-toned palette of purple, mustard yellow and teal blue, Shareef’s latest range upgrades cozy knits and staple silhouettes with modern tailoring and relaxed fits.

The collection features a selection of suede leather jackets, slouchy sweaters, silk button-downs, graphic shirts and various baggy jeans and track bottoms. Layered tonal garments create a strong color-blocked aesthetic while allover prints and stripe motifs offer something more distinctive.

Flip through the Shareef Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook above and head over to the label’s website to find the full retail list. For more baggy fits, PULP 417 EDIFICE and MYNE reworked Dickies pants for a special capsule.

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