Since celebrating its fifth anniversary with a special “Boys Don’t Cry” capsule last month, Bstroy has unveiled its full Spring/Summer 2019 collection. The assortment is grounded in graphical styles and casual wear with an unconventional touch, such as the label’s experimental double-edge jeans and double-head hoodie.
Bstroy’s “Backpack Parka,” offered in navy and red, marks another standout piece whose features include being able to convert into a jacket with a bookbag already attached to it. To transform the look even further, the parka can also extend into a fishtail silhouette for an alternative look. The brand’s trademark denim bottoms are similarly modifiable, and come decked with eight pockets and a side zipper for multipurpose styling.
Other items include sweatshirts emblazoned with “(b).S. Air Force” patches, and T-shirts that have been printed with clean illustrations, including the phrase “GONE DEF” and references to fencing. Dress shirts, button-ups and polo tops offer elevated options, while fleece sweatsuits bring it back to a relaxed aesthetic to round it all out.
In addition to the new lookbook, Bstroy has also released the soundtrack from its “artful silent” SS19 show last July. Some attendees were given headphones to listen to the playlist during the event, while others weren’t so fortunate — a statement about “elitism and exclusivity,” according to the label. Scroll below to hear it now.
Priced from $90 USD to $450 USD, the collection is available to shop now from Bstroy’s webstore.
For more fashion, check out MAPLE’s Summer 2019 editorial.
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