Returning from a hot-streak of PUMA collaborations, South Korean-based imprint ADER error has returned with a wide range of casual offerings for its Spring/Summer 2019 collection and lookbook, titled “Arrow.”
Known for its distinct unisex approach to fashion, the theme of the brand’s latest range is directionality, which looks to its archive seasons for inspiration while simultaneously expressing the brand’s future direction. As is usual, the brand has offered-up a variety of notable pieces that relish in oversized and loose-fitting silhouettes, including wide-legged track pants, baggy hoodies and crewnecks, graphic t-shirts and long-sleeves, and retro-infused shirting, trousers, and suits.
You can check out the latest “Arrow” collection above. If you’re interested in picking up a piece, the ongoing release of the collection is currently happening via ADER error’s web store and select retailers like HBX. You can expect the pieces to hit global stockists in the near future.
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