Some Ware Unveils New Cut-and-Sew Pieces In Union LA's Winter 2017 Editorial

Using vivid color and asymmetrical printing for its newest garments.

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Some Ware, the brainchild of Cali Thornhill DeWitt and Brendan Fowler, unveils its newest offering via Union LA. Continuing to explore the amalgamation of experiences and artistic mediums that form the brand, the two have created a collection of cut-and sewn-pieces to platform the label’s ideology. Binding the pieces to its pre-established audacious graphic styling, the capsule includes trousers, long sleeve shirts and an apron asymmetrically printed with colorful textures.

The looks will be available tomorrow, in-store and online via Union LA. Also, view Some Ware’s latest drop, which includes a collaboration with No Vacancy Inn.

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