Outlook of Underground Music Scenes Inspires the LMC for PLEASURES Capsule

Seoul to LA.

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Following a Spring/Summer 2019 collaboration, Lost Management Cities and PLEASURES have come together once again.

The latest Seoul to LA team-up is inspired by underground music scenes in a post-modern world. The expansive LMC for PLEASURES capsule is comprised of denim shirt jackets and matching pants, a hoodie, T-shirts and a plethora of accessories. A standout included in the special range is the Detachable Face Mask Hoodie marked by a poignant function as the mask element alleviates the strain on the ears commonly found with the usual face coverings.

Check out the lookbook above for the LMC for PLEASURES capsule collection will be available February 25, 2 p.m. KST (12 a.m. EST) on LMC and PLEASURES’ websites.

 

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