Anti Social Social Club Reveals its SS22 "SICK & TIRED" Collection

Featuring loud graphics and playful accessories.

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After teasing objects like a McLaren P1, meteorite and fire extinguisher, Anti Social Social Club has returned to reveal its Spring/Summer 2022 “SICK & TIRED” collection. Delivering a simplistic lookbook, the Los Angeles-based label highlighted the defiant edge and sharp tone that fuels its offerings. The high saturation blown-out showcase serves to emphasize ASSC’s playfulness and contradiction of highs and lows.

Comprised of bright and bold streetwear essentials, hoodies, T-shirts and accessories are marked with an array of loud graphics. ASSC has also experimented with gradient designs and weathering effects that deliver a worn-in, distressed look. Standout items include dragon print basketball shorts/crossbody bags, styles emblazoned with a Land Cruiser J70 vector, Persian rug towel and Rubik’s cube tissue box.

The SS22 “SICK & TIRED” collection will be available April 23, 8 a.m. PST (11 a.m. EDT) on Anti Social Social Club’s website.

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