Richardson’s New Collection Takes a Trip to Heaven

Featuring a range of graphic apparel and accessories.

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Richardson takes a trip to heaven with the release of its latest collection for the spring/summer 2022 season. Titled “Heaven MI,” the new offering evolves classic Richardson graphics while simultaneously exploring the brand’s imagination.

Invoking themes of luck, desolation, hope and redemption, the collection features a range of garments like graphic t-shirts in tan and black, shorts, white zip-up jackets and black organic cotton poplin pajamas with embroidered detailing. Across these pieces are graphic spades and clovers, in addition to the phrases “Noise War” and “Only God Can Judge Me.” With a slightly punk edge, the artwork for the new collection was designed by John Holland of the band, SALEM.

Finishing off the offering is a white trucker hat, a black and yellow lanyard and a mug.

Check out the gallery above for a look at the collection that is available now on the Richardson website.

In related news, HIP spotlights Japanese labels in its SS22 editorial. 

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