Grind London last presented its “clean and direct” aesthetic in the U.K. label’s Fall/Winter 2018 “Catalogue Collection,” released this past fall. Now, the brand is unveiling its forthcoming line-up of casual streetwear staples in its FW19 lookbook dubbed “rituals.”
For its latest assortment, Grind London continues to offer a pragmatic range of graphic T-shirts, track pants and versatile outerwear. Phrases such as “TREK WEAR” and “HOUSE PARTY” are featured on tees and jackets alongside the company’s moniker, which is emblazoned throughout. A photographic print of a woman’s headshot and an extraterrestrial-like face are presented on zip-ups and long pants as an amusing touch. Similarly, a blooming plant illustration is highlighted in the collection as another central graphic. The color palette takes a neutral approach including gray, black, white and an array of green tones, solidifying the understated attitude.
Grind London’s FW19 “rituals” collection will launch on the brand’s website and at international stockists in August.
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