Previously, HUF released a Fall/Winter 2018 collection that doubled as a tribute to Japanese counterculture. That range featured a vibrant line of varsity jackets, shirting with peepshow prints and graphic tees, all of which were adorned with designs that drew inspiration from the “surreal glow of colorful neon signs suffusing hazy city nights.” Now, HUF its back with a strong new run of on-trend contemporary wares for the Spring 2019 landscape.
A blend of clothing, footwear and quirky accessories, HUF’s new Spring 2019 collection takes its inspirational cues and primary themes from label founder Keith Hufnagel’s skateboarding roots in ’90s New York City. The new seasonal line is influenced by “NYC landmarks, skate spots, and street-level vernacular,” aiming to use that mix of motivations to deliver designs that encapsulate the spirit of that region and bridge the gap between its recent eras. Specifically, HUF’s latest release is built around a wide array of streetwear staples, offering hoodies, t-shirts, sneakers, pants, hats and more. Standout selections include the Standard Shell 2 Jacket, Liberty Anorak, Boulevard Anorak and the Cromer 2 and Galaxy sneakers. Besides clothing, HUF’s new drop also features a lean lineup of unique accessories, such as keychains, stickers, coffee mugs and more.
You can check out the lookbook for HUF’s new Spring 2019 collection above. To purchase some of the items shown in the editorial above, head on over to HUF’s official website.
For more from HUF, learn about and check out Eric Haze and HUF’s collaborative mural project. Constructed in New York City, the pairing’s mural was done in partnership with the non-profit organization Stoked.