Anti Social Social Club Is "Hung Up" for SS20

A puppy-heavy lookbook showcases new graphic goods and accessories.

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The ever-provocative Anti Social Social Club returns for Spring/Summer 2020 with “Hung Up,” an expansive new offering of graphic goods and accessories. Encompassing a wide variety of seasonal goods, the new collection continues toying with the recognizable ASSC branding and even introduces a variety of new slogan prints.

Hoodies, T-shirts and sweatpants are the collection’s core silhouettes, emblazoned with a wide array of head-turning prints. Retro typefaces feature stylized Anti Social Social Club logos and verbiage like “HATE” and “LAST TIME WAS THE LAST TIME,” accented by text-obscuring cloud, camouflage, chain and leopard patterns. Elsewhere, tiny dinosaurs, flowers and skeletal accents lend further distinction to the effortless layering pieces. Branded yoga mats, car keychains, iPhone cases and socks encourage a full ASSC wardrobe.

Look for the Spring/Summer 2020 collection to launch exclusively on Anti Social Social Club’s website March 28.

Plenty of other graphic-rich SS20 collections are on the way, recently introduced by other young labels like 424, United Standard and SALUTE.

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