Aries Looks to '80s & '90s Subcultures for SS20 Collection

Featuring new graphic, tie-dye and denim pieces.

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London’s Aries has unveiled its full Spring/Summer 2020 collection, taking inspiration from ’80s punk, Italian youth culture and figures such as Paul Simonon and Mick Jones from The Clash. Alongside the collection’s 1980s references, other pieces nod towards the ’90s, with baggy and shrunken knits cut and sewn back together and baggy skate-inspired denim.

Additionally, Aries has continued to work with tie dyeing for this season, as well as ice dyeing, acid wash and sprayed nylon. Elsewhere in the collection, the Sofia Prantera-led label continues some of its signature graphics — including the Temple logo and “No Problemo” text — while other patterns come from graphic artists including French, Aidan Cushway and Jake Bisley.

Take a look through the collection in the gallery above, and expect the first pieces to hit the Aries web store on January 14.

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