The rock and roll inspired AAA range from high street brand Topman has returned to launch their final collection, entitled ‘Camden ’78′. This collection sees the label draw inspiration from Sid Vicious of The Sex Pistols and the punk rock styling that was prominent during the era.
The Camden ’78 range sees the release of a variety of different garments – including shirts, knitwear, t-shirts, vests, suits, jeans and outerwear. Utilising a plethora of fine fabrics and manufacturing techniques, the new collection is awash with open weave knits, sheer panelling, lurex fabric and leather – only serving to enhance the desired rock and roll edge the brand has become renowned for.
A feature that is unmissable and prominent throughout the collection is the range of animal print garments on offer. Animal print has been utilised on key pieces such as shirts and t-shirts as well as subtler options like the suits, which use animal print for feature accents.
Apart from the striking red open weave knit jumper, the animal print pattern is the only injection of colour into the collection, with the majority of the range sticking to dark and edgy hues of black and grey – typical of rock ‘n’ roll era and a trademark of the AAA line.
Get your hands on this collection over at Topman before it’s too late – once its gone, its gone!