Following the Californian brand’s recent Dr. Woo team-up, Cherry Los Angeles returns with a fresh array of graphic goods, initially dropping via a New York City pop-uo. Inspired by the theme of “ADHD,” the new release aims to tap the often-awkward phenomenon that is the yearly class photo. Against a generic backdrop, the brand showcases a slew of printed items, ranging from colorful hoodies to T-shirts emblazoned with scribbled signatures, underlining the school yearbook theme. Zip-up work shirts, cropped chino pants and embroidered track suits further touch on the youthful motif, each elevated by impactful graphics.
The drop hits Cherry’s web store on September 9, one day after its pop-up ends.
For more releases exclusive to the Big Apple, take a look at the expansive Thom Browne x Barney New York range.
Cherry Los Angeles – New York Pop-Up
170 Crosby St.
New York, NY 10012
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@hypebeaststyle: @cherrylosangeles launches its first temporary shop in New York City with a collection dedicated to their former high school, Moreno High School. Featuring fellow alumni Angelina Jolie and phrases such as “Trouble” and “ADHD,” the capsule collection can be shopped at the pop-up from September 7-8 at 170 Crosby Street, New York City.