Aries Brings Suits to the Street in Mainline SS19 Collection

The British label mixes up bold graphics and standout seasonal layers.

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On the heels of its Pre-Spring/Summer 2019 collection, London’s Aries returns with a fresh array of gear as part of its mainline SS19 offering. Mixing things up, the range sees a variety of graphic garments enmeshed with suiting and deconstructed wardrobe staples.

Washed-out denim and bold graphic lettering appear throughout the collection, lending a youthful edge to more progressive designs, like backless 50/50 T-shirts and Aries’ signature buckled harnesses. “NEUROMANCER” verbiage is scrawled upon oversized hoodies, sleeveless shirts and tall white socks, adding graphic flair to complement the selection’s other text-laden sweaters and shirts (“No Problemo,” “THE ARIES PROJECT”).

Aries’ famed Cerne Abbas Giant print returns on long shorts and button-up shirts alike, perhaps the boldest patterns amongst polka dots and tie-dye. Double-breasted blazers and high-waisted trousers add a louche edge to the lighthearted floral prints and branded shirts, executed in lightweight mustard tones and dark navy shades to complement Aries’ essential denim and tees.

Select items from the new offering are currently available via Aries’ web store and stockists like SSENSE.

Elsewhere in London, Grind London showed off its forthcoming warm weather gear.

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