After delivering a blacked-out New Era collaboration, thisisneverthat has returned to reveal its expansive Spring/Summer 2020 collection. Continuing to build on its expression of streetwear, the South Korean label has focussed on technical styling, overdye washes and paint splatter for the new season.
Dubbed “SOFT WORK,” the seasonal range is an expression of workwear, outdoor essentials and casual loungewear with a tinge of ’90s and early 2000 aesthetic elements. The collection maintains the label’s signature relaxed aesthetic utilizing subdued colors and bold typography-focussed graphics serve to accent the range.
Touching on an array of garment types, the SS20 collection features thisisneverthat’s latest investigation of light jackets, vests, hoodies, cardigans T-shirts, shirts, jeans, trousers, sweats, shorts, caps, and more. Some standout items include sleek cut rain jackets, distressed detail workwear jackets, tie-dye waffle knit long-sleeve, paint-splattered trousers, constrast stitching wide denim and technical pocket shorts.
Check out the lookbook for thisisneverthat’s SS20 collection above and look for the range to release in the coming weeks.
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