Following its Fall/Winter 2019 “Information Overload” collection, PLEASURES has now prepped an all-encompassing Holiday 2019 range filled with an array of references.
Revealed via an evocative lookbook shot in El Segundo, California, the collection is centered around streetwear staples marked by striking graphics, PLEASURES branding and recognizable subculture-tinged motifs. Some recognizable motifs pull reference from the Grateful Dead, Sub Pop Records, Adobe Photoshop and more.
Leading the Holiday 2019 collection is a strong showing of outerwear led by a plaid-pattern puffer jacket, relaxed fit blanket blouson jackets, gradient dye denim jacket and Grateful Dead fleece zip pullover. Other notable items include a fractured exposed stitching sweatsuit, “SELF” zip-up hoodie, record short sleeve shirt, Sub Pop “PLE>ASU>RES” long sleeve, stars trouser and contrast stitching pants. Rounding up the range are accessories like “PLEASURES” marked tote bags, flame logo cap, Photoshop “Ps” necklace and more.
Check out the lookbook above and head over to PLEASURES’s official website to catch the first release of the Holiday 2019 range October 25.
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