Stan Ray Unveils More Classic Workwear Pieces for Its Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

All-American workwear.

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American workwear label Stan Ray has unveiled the lookbook for its spring/summer 2018 collection. Stan Ray is arguably best known for its trouser offering, and this collection features camouflage cargo pants and classic chinos as well as “Painter Pants,” which are available in light blue and pastel pink.

As well as the trousers on offer, the spring/summer 2018 collection also includes a selection of work jackets and shirts, which come in a variety of all-over prints such as the paisley-like Kelapa shirt and the pineapple Pantai motif. There is also a batch of graphic T-shirts that feature slogans that reference Stan Ray’s history (“no additives, no preservatives. Corporate free since 1972”), as well as others bearing the slogan “So close yet so far out.” There’s no news yet on exactly when Stan Ray’s spring/summer 2018 collection is dropping, but other pieces are available now from END. and other select retailers.

After you’ve taken a look at the latest Stan Ray collection, check out some other new lookbooks including from A-COLD-WALL* and PUMA’s new collaboration with Daily Street.

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