Saturdays NYC Takes on an East Asian Vibe for Its 2017 Pre-Fall Collection

Inspired from its travels out East.

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Saturdays NYC follow up on its recent 2017 spring collection and grooming essentials line with its new Pre-Fall collection. The brand draws artistic influence from its far off travels throughout Eastern Asia. Calling upon quintessentially classic staples, the lineup is a reinterpretation of a refined contemporary wardrobe with relaxed silhouettes and tropical-inspired prints emerging time and time again. Fashioned from lightweight breathable fabrics, key pieces such as, the Mickey Shirt, Keigo Shorts, Mason Sweater and Pacho T-shirt tow the line between resort-style casual and upscale sophistication. The collection will be up for grabs on May 4 through the brands online shop and all US Saturdays NYC locations with a wider global release slated for May 5.

 

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