Art Comes First Channels Your Inner Rebel With 2017 Spring/Summer Range

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The weather’s upcoming transition will also be met with the same change in clothing from brands like Art Comes First. Its upcoming 2017 spring/summer collection reflects the traveling experiences of its co-founders Sam Lambert and Shaka Maidoh. Its rebellious aesthetic represents the growth from youth to adulthood, more specifically boy to man. Throughout the offering you’ll find a selection of pieces that walk the line between fine tailoring and a rugged punk feel. This can be seen within its twist to your traditional collared shirt with notable prints and patterns while leather jackets and vests are joined by accessories such as bags and hats.

Take a look at Art Comes First’s 2017 spring/summer imagery above and let us know your thoughts.

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