Stüssy Reveals Eclectic Collection in Spring 2018 Lookbook

With influences ranging from workwear to anime.

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Stüssy has unveiled its latest lookbook, this time for the Spring 2018 season. As always, the brand has focused on blending varying influences into one wide-ranging collection, taking bits and pieces from varying eras to create a range that’s unmistakably their own.

The brand looks to workwear for this season, creating heavyweight coveralls, garage jackets and work pants, while looking to Japanese culture and anime for its short-sleeved shirt patterns. There’s also translucent coach jackets, satin trench coats and a plethora of casual velvet pieces in the form of matching color-blocked jackets. The Stüssy spring 2018 collection will be available online and at all Stüssy Chapter stores February 9 at 10 AM PST, with a wider release at retailers like HBX shortly after.

In related news, the brand looked towards workwear as an inspiration for its last capsule collection.

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