Grind London Unveils Its "Wellness" Lookbook for 2018 Spring/Summer

“In a world of unwell acts, aim to be well.”

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Grind London has been dropping some heat recently, with the 2017 spring/summer “EURO TRASH” collection and its upcoming “In Good Taste” drop for 2017 fall/winter. On top of that, the UK based brand has released the first look at its 2018 spring/summer “Wellness” collection. The idea behind the drop is explained by the brand: “Wellness is the goal, the game, the championship, the post-season excess, the pre-season calm. In a world of unwell acts, aim to be well, because that would be well good.” The lookbook focuses on the collection’s selection of staple pieces, including graphic T-shirts, tracksuits and light jackets, all of which will be available March 19 next year.

While you wait for the 2018 release, take a look at Grind London’s previous lookbook: “The Haves of the Have Nots.”

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