Spencer Phipps‘ eponymous label, PHIPPS, is known for its sustainability. Having recently collaborated with BOSS on a capsule constructed from responsibly sourced materials, the label now presents its latest venture: PHIPPS GOLD LABEL VINTAGE.
Per the brand, the new collection is described as being “an effort to curb overproduction in the fashion industry.” As a result, PHIPPS GOLD LABEL VINTAGE consists of an “expertly curated” selection of vintage and deadstock garments that have been sourced from around the world, with each being delivered in either untouched or PHIPPS-customized forms. It acts as an extension of the brand’s identity, with “each item [telling] a unique story [that] creates a waste-free, timeless sense of PHIPPS style.”
Regardless of whether the piece is customized or not, PHIPPS has added its signature tag into the neckline of each garment to reiterate it is part of the overarching brand ethos. From here, you’ll find Umbro football tops — specifically, a ’90s Eric Cantona Manchester United jersey — reworked with custom embroidered patches, metal spikes, chains, pins, and safety pins.
Various vintage T-shirts are on offer, most of which fall into an esoteric, niche theme of sportswear merchandise, fan tees, and comedic tops that can be found in abundance on the secondary vintage market. Particular standouts include the “Metal Mulisha” logo tee that’s graced with logos from Ford to Rockstar Energy and features the PHIPPS embroidered star logo on the faded black piece, the “Cultured Cells” piece, and a Sasha Banks “Legit Boss” top.
Rounding out PHIPPS’s selection of vintage goods is a rainbow tie-dyed shetland wool sweater, a paintball top, Holk Hogan-signed briefs, real tree camo ensembles, a ski jacket from The North Face, and a selection of trousers alongside more tops.
Take a look at a selection of the PHIPPS GOLD LABEL VINTAGE collection above, and head over to the drop’s dedicated website to purchase the one-of-a-kind pieces while stocks last.
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