Anti Social Social Club's FW21 Collection Proves Its Not "ALL TALK"

Dominated by bold street staples and playful accessories.

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Returning for Fall/Winter 2021, Anti Social Social Club has returned to unveil its latest collection with a hyper-detailed dinner party lookbook.

Dubbed “ALL TALK,” the Los Angeles-based label put together its latest expansive range centered around its signature bold aesthetic. Aside from street staples marked by pop colors and loud graphics, ASSC has also prepared bikinis, women’s crop tees, tank tops and an extensive selection of accessories. Standouts include the “Crush” Pullover Hoodie, “Split” Zip-Up Hoodie, “Static” Button-Up Shirt, “Woody” Button-Up Shirt and “Moodbored” T-Shirt. Playful lifestyle goods like a beach chair, umbrella, smash ball set, sandwich box and mirror compact round up the collection.

Check out the dinner party lookbook above and look for the FW21 “ALL TALK” collection to be available exclusively on Anti Social Social Club’s website July 24, 8 a.m. PST (11 a.m. EDT).

For more contemporary fashion, Hyein Seo invites you to explore “Moon Palace” with its SS21 editorial.

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