Korean streetwear brand FLOOD has dropped its Summer 2018 lookbook. The collection calls back to the early 2000s, with graphics that recall FUBU’s logo. The collection itself is standard streetwear fare, with t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, jeans all making an appearance. Aside from the logo call-backs, there’s also flame graphics throughout, used specifically on long sleeve tops. FLOOD’s summer 2018 collection is already available from the brand’s web store.
In related news, KITH recently revealed a beach-ready Summer 2018 collection. We said at the time that “The offering sees the hooded Harrison pullover, raglan sleeve Howard t-shirt, Stryker pant and track short made with the aforementioned seersucker. Lighter weight materials are used the on the williams crewneck, polo shirt and Williams short all offered in a navy, red and green color palette. Lastly, there’s the JFK T-shirt offered in five color options crafted from breathable slub cotton.”
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