Places+Faces FW18 Is Packed With Branded Gear & Accessories

Shoulder bags, sweatsuits and more.

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Photographers-turned-streetwear-label Places+Faces serves up a host of graphic goods for Fall/Winter 2018, including a host of tweaked staples. The label’s signature logo T-shirts, sweaters and hoodies return, executed in both the classic typeface and a new Olde English style. The garments are realized in a variety of hues, from unmissable yellow to versatile black, with matching sweatpants sporting branding down the leg. Elsewhere, windbreakers and tracksuits boast 3M accents, allowing the prints extra pop. The must-have Places+Faces shoulder bags and a collaborative Kuumba incense round out the release.

The collection drops on November 30 via Places+Faces’ website. The following day, the label hits Selfridges to celebrate the drop.

For more seasonal graphic goods, check out the latest from Real Bad Man.

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