STAMPD's "Bleached Dreams" Collection Pulls 1990s Inspiration

Oversized jerseys and tracksuits.

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Following its BAPE collaborationSTAMPD delivers its Spring 2018 collection dubbed “Bleached Dreams.”

Creative Director Chris Stamp describes the artistic direction for the range saying, “It’s a reference to the blurred lines and divides between social norms with the intention to offer up something special that everyone wants in their wardrobe – we’re all looking for something to feel good about.” The muted colors are contrasted by hits of reds, orange and pinks channeling the 1990 era of sportswear. Standouts from the lookbook are an oversized stadium coat and racing anorack track jacket.

Preview the full “Bleached Dreams” collection above. The first release will drop Thursday, February 22 at 11 a.m. PST on the webstore and at the Los Angeles flagship listed below. For more new fashion, review Patta’s Spring/Summer lineup.

STAMPD
130 South La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036

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