Dreamland Syndicate Releases Its "Liberate" Capsule at Dover Street Market

More graphic-heavy pieces from the Polish label.

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Polish label Dreamland Syndicate has returned with the follow up to its Spring/Summer 2017 collection. The “Liberate” capsule is full of the brand’s signature graphic T-shirts — with references to everything from Napoleon to Hawaii — as well as a range of different Dreamland Syndicate logos, depicted on the tees.

As well as the T-shirt offering, the “Liberate” collection includes a black zip-up studded trucker jacket, pleated trousers and a hoodie that features embroidered patches. The capsule also features a selection of accessories, with a patched tote bag and branded caps. Some pieces from the collection are available now from Dover Street Market London, while the rest of the capsule is available on the Dreamland Syndicate web store.

As well as dropping the latest Dreamland Syndicate collection, Dover Street Market has also recently released a collaboration between Gosha Rubchinskiy and Russian brand Mumiy Troll.

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