Union Celebrates Tokyo Chapter Opening With New Kostas Seremetis Collaboration

Artwork-adorned T-shirts, hoodies and skate decks.

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Fresh from revealing lookbook images from its own private label’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection, Union has just announced that it will be releasing a collaborative range alongside artist Kostas Seremetis, which in part will be used to celebrate the opening of Union Tokyo.

Seremetis, who created the logo for Union’s Tokyo chapter, has his artwork highlighted on an assortment of T-shirts, hoodies and skateboard decks in spring-friendly hues of soft pink and light blue, with black and white mixed in for good measure. The full collection is primed and ready to drop on April 20 at both Tokyo and L.A. locations.

In other fashion news, Supreme fans brought velour to London’s streets with Lacoste collaboration.

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