Continuing to make waves in the fashion world, Come Tees, helmed by Los Angeles-based artist Sonya Sombreuil, recently dropped a new cut-and-sew denim capsule collection.
Released at an installation in New York, the special range is inspired by ’70s-era graffiti in city and the pigeons synonymous with the urban landscape. Leading the capsule is a duo of denim sets handwritten scrawled with words and bold Come Tees logos. Centered around a haphazardly aesthetic, the cut-and-sew work jacket and pants reference American workwear of the ’30s and come accompanied by an array of similarly decorated T-shirts.
Check out the lookbook above and shop Come Tees denim capsule at shop-cometees.biz.
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