Paterson League’s 2017 Spring/Summer Collection Touches on the Theme of Young Angst

Influenced from the film ‘Dazed and Confused.’

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Looking ahead to the upcoming spring/summer season, New Jersey’s very own Paterson League once again pays homage to its hometown with a brand new collection. Mixing in casual staples with a vintage sports aesthetic, the range draws artistic influence from young angst with the film Dazed and Confused set as the inspiration point. With a basement arranged as the lookbook backdrop — a scene all to familiar with rebellious youth of the area — the lineup itself features color-blocked T-shirts, printed hoodies and caps, amongst others.

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