Gramicci and Deus Ex Machina Head Outdoors for FW21 Collaboration

The second release from the two labels.

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Gramicci has continued its run of collaborations with a new release alongside Deus Ex Machina. The collection is the second time the two brands have worked together, and introduces a wider range of products covering jersey, fleece, headwear and accessories alongside Gramicci’s signature pants.

The pants come in two different fabrications — either a thick wale corduroy or a classic cotton twill — both of which are finished with a jacquard adjustable belt. Other stand-out items are graphic T-shirts and long sleeves that showcase the collection’s outdoor theme, co-branded hoodies and two different headwear styles.

Take a look through the full Deus Ex Machina x Gramicci collection in the gallery above. The pieces are available now from the Gramicci and Deus Ex Machina web stores.

For more new releases, maharishi recently returned with its latest military-inspired capsule.

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