Grind London Drops Preview for SS20 "Systems" Collection

Hand-screen printed graphics elevate basic silhouettes.

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After dropping off its “From the Inside to the Outside” lookbook for Spring/Summer 2019, Grind London has returned with more sportswear staples for Spring/Summer 2020. For its latest preview, the U.K.-based brand distinguishes the new collection with unique hand-screen printing techniques and all-over photographic patterns throughout.

The assortment includes items such as T-shirts, hoodies, pullovers, shorts and trousers, grounded in a minimalistic palette of black, grey, white, tan and various shades of blue for pop. Illustrations of bottles and world maps mark key graphics on track suits and button-downs, while “grindlondon” logos are highlighted across several pieces including tees, lightweight jackets and sweat pants. Other standout designs include the black and white photography printed on several shirts and pants, adding a retro feel to the range.

Browse through Grind London’s SS20 preview above, and look out for the collection’s official launch in March 2020.

For more in fashion, take a look at Doublet’s new Fall/Winter 2019 collection.

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