Tribal patterns are the dominant force behind the all new Brooklyn We Go Hard clothing range. The boys from New York have conjured up a collection in a form of self-expression to the artists and photographers behind these garments.
A wide mixture of colours is contrasted by neutral blues, greys and whites – complimenting the flamboyant gypsy-like hem and pocket designs; giving each piece an even spread of colours and patterns. Each shirt comprises of a woven chest pocket, single button cuffs and a curved hem. Both the ‘Guyapi’ and ‘Anoki’ T-shirts hold a ribbed crew neck and a rolled cuff.
Where the ‘Venice Playground’ and ‘Shoplifters’ T-shirts could be seen as just another printed tee, there is far more thought and innovation crafted into the two. Each number has a large printed image taken from photographers – Elliott Brunet and Ludovic Zuili – who both work for BWGH. On the back of these t-shirts is the title of the photograph, along with the name of the artist; an idea which isn’t too hard to conjure, yet goes down so well in terms of attention to detail and bohemian-style simplicity.
Slim chinos (particularly in navy or beige) are the perfect partner to these brilliantly unique prints. Along with deck shoes and a Casio watch, you can gain that photographer look BWGH thrives on.
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