Holiday Brand Unveils Easter-Themed Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook

Brought to you from BROCKHAMPTON’s wardrobe stylist.

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Holiday Brand, which is owned and operated by BROCKHAMPTON stylist Nick Lenzini, recently unveiled its Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook — giving way to a graphic-heavy casual collection. Amassing a comprehensive range comprised of hoodies, T-shirts, long-sleeve crewneck tops and more, the lineup takes on punchy images and satirical taglines, with a lingering Easter theme interspersed throughout.

Seasonal-friendly hues of red, purple, pink, orange, green and blue land on items, which highlight such sayings as “Don’t Growe” and “Somewhere between 20 and death,” amongst others. Standout items include the black “Unity Symbols” bomber and the utility fisherman’s vest. Peep the lookbook above for yourself.

In other fashion news, rare Stüssy grails surface at H BEAUTY & YOUTH.

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