London-based photography collective/magazine publisher/brand Places+Faces has revealed the lookbook for its new apparel release, described as its “first collection.” Explaining the collection to Vogue, co-founder Ciesay said that they “wanted to move on from screen-printing to doing cut and sew. To grow the clothing, and move into denim jackets and sweats with matching bags.”
As well as these jackets, sweats and bags — which includes colorful tracksuits, side bags and technical backpacks — the new collection also features a range of graphic T-shirts bearing different Places+Faces logos. Ciesay also explained the thought process that went in to these graphic pieces: “Some of the T-shirts are produced in Portugal and washed to give that faded look I love in vintage tees. We want to progress into that look: we are photographers and we shoot and film: so that is on brand.” Take a look at the full lookbook above, with all of the unisex pieces set to drop via the Places+Faces web store and at soon-to-be-announced pop-ups in the near future.
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