Grind London Features Retro Graphics in FW19 Collection

A nostalgic take on simple silhouettes.

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Following Grind London’s Spring/Summer 2020 preview drop which featured photographic patterns and unique hand-screen printing techniques, the U.K.-based brand returns with its Fall/Winter 2019 collection titled “Rituals.”

Like the SS20 preview, “Rituals” returns with hand-screen printed graphics, along with premium comb cotton tees and reverse-loop hooded sweatshirts. Shirts, jackets and trousers feature Grind London patterns, with panel systems and prints found on sportswear and tracksuits. The collection also includes cotton cord belts on trousers and a selection of baseball caps and tote bags. With a muted color palette of gray, white, black and green, attention is drawn to the patterning and bold graphics, with the pieces acting as canvases to showcase them. “Rituals” takes on retro aesthetics, incorporating aliens, cars and “discoexotica” motifs into playful designs, while “TREK WEAR” and “HOUSE PARTY” phrases emblazon the backs of T-shirts and outerwear.

View Grind London’s Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook above and shop the entire collection which is available now on grindlondon.com.

In other news, Aimé Leon debuts its cozy, cold-weather selection for Fall/Winter 2019.

 

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