Russian Label ZIQ&YONI Develops Rugged Style for Spring/Summer 2018

Camouflage patterns, flames and industrial detailing appear throughout.

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Following up on the themes of last year’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection, Russian label ZIQ&YONI returns with a more elevated take on industrial-inspired street gear. Goods are emblazoned with Cyrillic and accented with woodland camouflage or playful retro patches, with plenty of flames, smiley faces and college lettering seen throughout. Bold yellows and oranges recall industrial safety gear, while the garments offer familiar silhouettes, like hoodies, tees, coaches jackets and quarter-zip jackets, all executed in relaxed cuts. Accessories come in form of caps emblazoned with verbiage like “FRAGILE,” along with extended belts, waist bags and backpacks.

Shop the range on ZIQ&YONI’s web store and take a look at some images from its runway presentation below.

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