The Very Warm Brings Contemporary Art to Its Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

Showcasing work from Ian “Hydeon” Ferguson, Jasper Wong and Layer Cake.

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The Very Warm returns after the release of its first capsule with NBALAB to debut its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Continuing its collaboration with emerging artists, the New York-based imprint offers a myriad of outwear staples — emblazoning garments with their artwork.

The collection includes monochromatic essentials such as light-weight coach jackets and half-zip anoraks, and attention to detail takes the form of reversible classic bombers and an M65 jacket which display work from Ian “Hydeon” FergusonJasper Wong and Layer Cake. A bit of contrast from the matte tones is introduced through the silver metallic windbreaker that produces an iridescent shimmer when hit by the light.

Check out the lookbook above and head to Ron Herman, East Dane, Nordstrom, Barneys New York or  The Very Warm’s website to purchase your favorite jacket from $195 – $295 USD.

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