A Closer Look at the Sean Wotherspoon x GUESS Jeans U.S.A. Farmers Market Tees

Bold graphics and summery colorblocking.

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Following the recent teaser image, GUESS Jeans U.S.A. has revealed T-shirts designed by Sean Wotherspoon. The bold shirts are part of the collaborative GUESS Farmers Market event going down in California, where the pair will release even more colorful goods, ranging from overdyed jackets to bright-hued hoodies, many offering retro GUESS produce and floral imagery.

For now, we have a peek at the T-shirt lineup, which ranges colorful panels to stripes of varying width. Graphic tees feature a simple white base to emphasize the vintage prints, while the other goods are rich with bold tones. All shirts are made in America and feature Guess Jeans U.S.A. embroidery on the chest in a contrasting color.

Shop the release on May 5 via GUESS Jeans’ website, where you can also register to attend the Farmers Market. Take a look at some of the other shirt designs below.

Elsewhere, GUESS finally settled its long-running trademark dispute with Gucci.

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