Doublet Spring/Summer 2018 Collection Experiments With Patches and Embroidery

Outlandish Japanese streetwear.

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Continuing its unique take on streetwear, Doublet recently released yet another eccentric and eclectic collection for the Spring/Summer 2018 season.

The latest range from the Japanese label is centered around Americana through iconic pop culture references expressed through heavy usage of patches and embroidery. Distressing, contrasting texture and exaggerated details found in Doublet’s new range contemporary garments serve as accents to the homage design elements.

Comprised of bombers, hoodies, shirts, T-shirts, pants, belts, sock and bags, the latest collection is a distorted expression of vintage streetwear. Some standout pieces include an outlandish Chaos Patches Bomber, label laden Deadstock Jacquard Shirt and Sukajan style Embroidery Track Pants.

Priced between $49 and $1,320 CAD (approximately $39 and $1,061 USD), Doublet’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection is available now at retailers like /017.

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