ULLAC takes its design language from classic workwear staples, yet with SS19 elevates its selection of Italian-made denim with patterned and colored pieces, a selection of shirts and jackets, jerseys and oversized T-shirts.
Standout items from the collection include the ecru painter trousers, a single collar-button Batkid jacket in black that echoes traditional Japanese denim shirts, a navy Herringbone Twill pull-over raincoat and ULLAC’s signature denim, this time offered in bright red and yellow hues.
The collection takes inspiration from founder and designer Chris Lynd’s time in London during last year’s World Cup, with Lynd explaining that “the images were a medley of people, music, video games and films which were all an escape route from being stuck in a small town. Their colours, characters and clothing all inform our latest drop and these new images tell a new story of escapism,” said Lynd in a press release.
The collection is available now on ULLAC.com, with prices ranging from £80 GBP to £380 GBP (approx. $105 USD to $500 USD).
For those craving more denim, check out the latest from Levi’s and Peanuts’ SS19 collection.