NEPENTHES Unveils Its 2017 Spring/Summer Editorial

Featuring Engineered Garments, Needles and more.

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Retailer NEPENTHES shares its latest editorial for the 2017 spring/summer season. Similar to its previous “SALAD BOWL” release for 2016 fall/winter, stalwart brands including Engineered Garments, Needles, South2 West8 and Rough & Tumble are all featured throughout the photo set. For the upcoming season, loose-fitting graphic sweaters, chambray tops, track pants and bold paisley prints take center stage. Shot around Japan filtered with a vintage aesthetic, check out the editorial by scrolling through the gallery above.

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