3000.systems 2018 Spring/Summer Lookbook Makes Business Casual Look Cool

The words “Unity” and “Power” show up on a number of items.

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After teasing several items via social media, design studio 3000.systems, has put together a lookbook of its 2018 spring/summer apparel. Following up its 2017 fall/winter offering, the words “Unity” and “Power” show up on long-sleeve T-shirts and baseball caps within the new collection. Though the entire seasonal offering doesn’t appear to follow those two motifs, there’s certainly a powerful undertone in uniting traditional business garbs with more casual clothing. The full collection features a variety of pastel colored outerwear, button-downs, chino shorts, track jackets, sweatsuits, zipper-laden tops and bottoms, plus a fancy hoodie equipped with buttons, zippers, and straps.

3000’s 2018 spring/summer collection was also highlighted at the Residents Showroom in Paris last month. The full collection will be available sometime next month.

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