Yardsale Looks to the '90s and '00s for FW20 Lookbook

Paying tribute to the label’s South London roots.

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South London skate label Yardsale has returned for Fall/Winter 2020, presenting a new collection of skatewear staples and pieces inspired by the turn of the millenium. The ’90s and early ’00s influence continues from previous collections, and is represented on panelled polos, patchwork denim and velour sweatsuits.

Elsewhere, the collection features a number of interpretations of the Yard Sale logo, including a subtle nod to archive Yves Saint Laurent branding.

To showcase the collection, Yardsale has captured a campaign celebrating its South London roots. All of the pieces are worn by team riders Curtis Pearl, Zach Delarue and his brother Adam Delarue as well as friend of the brand and rising name Savannah Stacey Keenan

Take a look at the collection in the gallery above. The full Yardsale FW20 collection will hit the brand’s web store at 8PM GMT on October 29.

In other fashion news, Stüssy is back with a 40th anniversary collection.

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