GCDS Showcases Some Logo-Heavy Looks In 2017 Fall/Winter Editorial by HBX

Patches galore.

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After unveiling its 2017 fall/winter collection almost a year ago, the newest looks from GCDS are the latest to be featured in an editorial by HBX. Short for “God Can’t Destroy Streetwear,” the newest collection sees a handful of different shirts and joggers all sporting the brand’s logos and other designs. Most of the collection’s pieces are created with neutral tones alongside splashes of red. The five pocket denim jeans also stand out in the collection, decorated with multiple patches along the front and down the sides.

With prices ranging from $120 to $720 USD, you can shop the full GCDS 2017 fall/winter collection now over at HBX.

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