Chinatown Market Sets Sights on The "Goochi" Floral Print

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It would seem that no trend is safe from Mike Cherman of Chinatown Market, who has spent previous months relentlessly challenging the hyped-up visuals that populate social media feeds. After recently launching season 02, he quickly strikes again; this time placing Gucci in the crosshairs. Inspired by the popular embroidered flowers of the high fashion label, Chinatown Market has embroidered its own “Goochi” flowers onto a bomber jacket and Champion tee. Make your way over to its web store now to pick up a jacket, and keep your eyes peeled, as we can be sure to expect more garment trollings from Chinatown Market.

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