Yardsale’s Latest Collection Makes Skate Culture Accessible to Anyone
Featuring with Phantasy Jeans that feature reflective embroidery.
Throughout the U.K., there’s a variety of labels that are using the world of skateboarding to their benefit. For example, Manchester-based Drama Call uses the culture to deliver new-school interpretations of oversized, skate-ready silhouettes with its cozy tracksuits and reworked logo T-shirts. Another brand working similarly is Always Do What You Should Do which is consistently presenting post-Y2K garments for easygoing designs that are inspired by the likes of Rip Curl and Billabong. With this being said, it’s clear that skate culture in the U.K. is there for all to see, despite the increased popularity of the sport from Britain’s transatlantic cousins in the U.S. However, back in Britain, there’s another brand using skateboarding to its advantage and creating its own lane — Yardsale.
Recently, the London-based skate brand has connected with Sergio Tacchini for a 90s-inspired collection and the brand also presented a series of Summer drops that explored vintage cuts and distressed patterns. Now, Yardsale is enjoying the Fall with a new collection that marks the return of some YS classics and other fan favorites. Collection highlights include the Phantasy Jeans that return with reflective embroidery. The loose-fitting jeans come in both black and “Light Denim” colorways and are crafted with contrast stitching. Another stand-out comes in the form of the Gem Velour Zip Hoods that come with elasticated cuffs and hems and are also designed with panel detailing with a customary Yardsale logo across the chest.
Rounding off the collection, YS also presents a selection of knitwear with herringbone panel detailing and jacquard stripes. As well as this, a melange of T-shirts are available, with the stand-out being the Sprayman tee that is crafted with 100% Yardsale Script embroidery on the front and a screen-printed, airbrushed graphic on the back.
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