SSAP NYC's 2017 Spring/Summer Collection Is a Denim Patchwork Dream

Highlighting traditional indigo dying.

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Having only launched in 2012, SSAP NYC‘s indigo dying and patchwork techniques have started to cement itself into streetworthy looks. Established by Thai designer Mel Sangsomsap, Sangsomsap has set out to shine a light on the traditional indigo dye process. Sangsomsap also aims to preserve the centuries-old weaving techniques found in the area of Sakolnakorn, a northeastern province of Thailand.

In the label’s latest seasonal offerings, patchwork denim and camo prints take the helm while solid colored T-shirts and button-ups help to balance looks. An array of jackets is also included in the collection, keeping you warm during the cooler summer nights. Denim patchwork and camo-printed shorts round out the summer essentials, making sure to keep you stylish and cool this season. Check out the collection above and look for the collection to drop soon at SSAP NYC retailers and online.

In the meantime, check out some of the most highly-anticipated releases for the week ahead.

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