Butter Goods References Ghostface Killah, Frank Zappa & More for Q2 2018 Lookbook

A clean range of branded tees and more.

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For Butter Goods‘ first drop of 2018, the brand delivered a line that revolved around referential graphics. That offering was made up of color-blocked windbreakers, reggae-inspired prints, sweaters, t-shirts and more. Now, the brand serves up the follow-up range for 2018.

Revealing plans for its Q2 2018 collection, Butter Goods delivers a new run of seasonal staples. Like the first release, this one employs a variey of graphics that references past movements and artists. Specifically, Butter Goods Q2 2018 looks to Bugs Bunny, Frank Zappa, Ghostface Killah’s Ironman and more.

You can take a look at the Butter Goods Q2 collection above. The items will hit physical shelves on Saturday, May 12 and online retailers on Monday, May 14.

Towards the beginning of the year, Butter Goods linked up with HUF to celebrate creativity for a Spring/Summer 2018 collaboration.

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