Dime Celebrates Skating, Homage T-Shirts & Rave Culture for SS19

Featuring ’90s sportswear classics.

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Skating stalwart Dime has returned for Spring/Summer 2019 with a bold ’90s-inspired collection. Seeing a selection of half-zip shell jackets, shirts, T-shirts, sweaters, track pants and shorts, the collection is spotlighted in a clean retro-tinged lookbook featuring celebrated footwear from the 1990s and vintage camera effects.

Standout pieces from the collection include the label’s staple logo sweater, seen here in dark dusty pink, a fleeced one-pocket shirt in washed-out teal, and the tri-color half-zip. Sporting purple, pink, black and orange, this piece is Dime’s standout offering from the SS19 collection, referencing subcultures ranging from the ’90s to today.

You can pick up the Dime SS19 collection on April 6 at 1pm EST via their website and store in Montreal.

In case you missed it, here is everything dropping at Palace this week.

 

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