Los Angeles-based label Cerberus USA has unveiled its lookbook for Collection Six. Known for its distinctive retro-futuristic designs, the imprint is rooted in a “cosmic lifestyle” that riffs on themes of space exploration, consciousness and unisex design. Dubbed “Paradise Ranch,” the latest collection has been named after one of Area 51’s popular nicknames during the late 60s, enlivening a span of bold sci-fi-inspired graphics.
The latest capsule features a jacket, a hoodie, a crewneck, a T-shirt and three trackpants. One noteworthy piece is a midweight “Enter Galactic” puffer jacket, padded with rich horizontal quilting. It comes with a semi-boxy fit that’s accentuated by a large vintage-esque sci-fi graphic lush with soft pastel tones of purple, orange, yellow and green. Complementing its vibrant graphic is a thin orange central zip closure that starts from the top of the raised collars. As a final touch, “Cerberus USA” branding is placed at the upper left chest, while the label’s logo appears at the back.
Another highlight is an animated illustration of a woman in a summery spacesuit. The print sees a mirrored image of the illustration, accented by “PARADISE” on the right side; “RANCH,” the left — “CERBERUS STUDIOS” and “2020” motifs complete the piece. Other garments like the white hoodie and sweatshirt as well as the red, purple and navy trackpants round up the graphic-heavy capsule.
Cerberus USA’s Collection Six is currently available at the label’s website, ranging from $45 – $130 USD.
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