Randomevent Spring/Summer 2018 Taps '90s Hip-Hop Style

“ADHD” centers around bright colors and loose cuts.

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Chinese casualwear label Randomevent returns with another assortment of colorful clothing for Spring/Summer 2018. Dubbed “ADHD,” the collection builds on the brand’s Fall/Winter 2017 release with more bright track gear and branded layering pieces.

Retro hip-hop staples, like tracksuits and body armor-like vests, inspire the oversized cuts and bold colors seen throughout the drop. Baggy shirts, windbreakers and trousers all make use of color blocking and branding for extra graphic flair, which also appears on accessories like headbands and bags. Although the track items and sportswear-inflected items may have been informed by streetwear classics like Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren, the clothes also bear Randomevent’s patch logo, recall other ’90s favorites like Dickies and Carhartt. Further workwear nods come in the form of the many cargo pockets, occasional corduroy accents and accessories like knit beanies.

Grab your favorites from the range when it hits Randomevent’s webstore. For more graphic gear, mastermind WORLD’s latest graphic-heavy drop was recently showcased in a new editorial.

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