An Official Look at Stüssy's T-Shirt Retrospective Collection

Featuring two Dover Street Market collaborations.

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Last week, it was announced that legendary brand Stüssy would be holding a retrospective of its graphic T-shirts at London’s Dover Street Market. Alongside the exhibition, there would also be a limited-edition 240-page book, as well as a collection of reissued T-shirts from the brand’s archives. The selection includes an array of retro graphic tees, such as the ”Charlie Don’t Surf” T-shirt and pieces featuring classic motifs like the magic eight ball and dice.

As well as the vintage re-releases, the collection will also feature two T-shirt collaborations with Dover Street Market. The full collection will be available from all Dover Street Market physical stores and the website on Friday 25 to coincide with the opening of the T-shirt retrospective in London.

For more from Stüssy, refresh your memory of the Californian brand’s 2017 fall/winter lookbook, which dropped earlier this month.

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