Bow3ry Hits the Streets of Los Angeles to Present Its Latest DEFORMER V.14 Lookbook

Featuring a wide array of graphic imagery.

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Up-and-coming streetwear label Bow3ry has just unveiled new lookbook visuals for its DEFORMER V.14 lineup. Taking to the streets of sunny Los Angeles, the Melbourne-based brand presents an assemblage of casual staples, namely, T-shirts, long-sleeve crewnecks and hoodies, which spotlight a series of graphic imagery and playful taglines. The range itself leans on the exploitation of vintage films, while taking today’s digitally-driven culture squarely into focus.

The DEFORMER V.14 collection is currently available at select retailers and will eventually make its way to the brand’s online store sometime later this month.

In other fashion news, Conor McGregor is launching his own clothing line.

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