MADE IN PARADISE's Summer 2021 Collection Keeps it "Home Grown"

Looking towards some recreational healing.

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Returning for Summer 2021, MADE IN PARADISE is looking towards keeping it “Home Grown” as the world opens up. Centered around recreational healing, the latest seasonal range from MIP highlights the sun-soaked shores of Hawaii and Jamaica.

The range features hand-illustrated graphics that build on a “Home Grown” leafy green theme. Aside from hoodies, T-shirts, sweatpants and caps, MIP has also put together work jackets, Hawaiian shirts, pants and bucket hats. Some standouts include the Export Standard Worker Jacket, Path to Enlightenment Hoodie, Home Grown T-shirt and Collections Print Sweatpants. Rounding up the collection is a selection of similarly emblazoned lifestyle goods like socks, ashtrays and carpets.

Check out the range above and shop on MADE IN PARADISE’s website and at select retailers now.

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