Places+Faces Readies Final Drop of its SS21 Collection

New denim and layering pieces to round out the series.

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Places+Faces is releasing the last drop of its Spring/Summer 2021 collection this week, revealing a mix of bold standout pieces and essentials to round out the series.

The drop is highlighted by the highly-anticipated light-wash jeans with “+” motifs on the buttons and P+F branding on the back label tags. Graphic T-shirts come in two different designs with graffiti-inspired typography on the front and emotional juggling and “Bon Voyage” Titanic graphics on the back. Leopard print vests are an interesting unisex layering option featuring “+” signs scattered within the animal print. Thanks For Nothing Tracksuits come in black and lilac purple featuring paint stroke artwork of a globe on the backside of the hoodie. Lastly, a range of crewnecks, collared zip-up jackets, shorts, and skirts complete the expansive collection.

The Places+Faces final drop ranges from £45 GBP to £110 GBP (approximately $60 to $150 USD) and will be available on the Places+Faces website August 27, 7 p.m. BST (2 p.m. EDT).

 

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