Some Ware Drops a New Expansive Set of Releases

Wear often/wear rough.

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Following its own release schedule, fledgling label Some Ware is back again with its most expansive set of offerings yet.

The latest drop from the Brendan Fowler and Cali Thornhill Dewitt led brand is centered on intention and impact following a wear often/wear rough ethos. Leading the set of new items is a range of boxy cut T-shirts constructed of 100 percent recycled cotton and small batch garment dyed for a lived-in look, followed by Some Ware’s first hoodie release, which features side zippers for a convertible drape styling and a unique self-explanatory Body Shirt. A new choice collaboration with Sonya Sombreuil’s Come Tees label also kicks off the new Some Tees project, while a restocking of the popular staple SW039 Pants, SW038 Dress, and SW041 Belt rounds up the latest releases.

Check out the lookbook above and head over to Some Ware’s official webstore to shop the latest release in full at 10 a.m. PST July 14.

For more contemporary fashion, OKOKOK Spring/Summer 2018 “Infinite Data” collection spotlights subcultural sensibilities.

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Greg Gainor
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@favechoker
Model
Mariah Ruff, Nathaniel Santos, Elle Hu

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