DEADNIGHT's 2017 Spring/Summer Lookbook Is the Epitome of Streetwear Today

A clean offering of the most relevant trends.

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Emerging Manchester-based streetwear label DEADNIGHT has released the lookbook for its latest Spring/Summer 2017 collection. Sticking to the basics of sportswear and streetwear fashion, the range boasts a balanced offering of essential garms and accessories featuring the most relevant trends of today. A range of graphic print heavyweight T-shirts featuring 90s James Bond movies poster graphics, football team-inspired logos and bootleg “CK” Calvin Klein graphics act as the bread and butter of the collection. Essential staples such as hoodies and track pants are constructed with premium materials and clean designs. Other motifs such as blackletter typefont, bold orange, mock turtlenecks, checkerboard prints, and camo print cargo pants beef up the range, while dad caps, beltbags and various accessories such as a gold chain pendant and crew socks round out the clean assemblage. As an added bonus, all of the pieces come at an affordable price point.

Flip through the Spring/Summer 2017 lookbook above and head over to DEADNIGHT’s online store to shop the pieces.

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