Wrangler & Peter Max Team Up for Another '70s Inspired Collection

Celebrating the brand’s 70th birthday.

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After coming out with a collection based on ’70s art earlier this year, Wrangler has once again called upon Peter Max to lend his creative genius to help create the brand’s 2017 autumn/winter collection. Featuring a variety of different floral and psychedelic patterns, the collection focuses on combining the same style of art used in the previous collection with some modern looks. Jackets and sweaters make up most of the collection, as the brand aimed to use striped cloth and corduroy to help create pieces for the colder months. Wrangler also sticks to what it does best by bringing in a few different washes of denim jeans, with an assortment of colors and cuts for whatever your style may be.

Expect to see the Peter Max x Wrangler 2017 autumn/winter collection sometime in the coming months. Keep a tab open on Wrangler’s website for an official release date and price points.

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