As the Spring/Summer season approaches, Errolson Hugh and his team over at ACRONYM are looking to supply its fans with a new batch of garments and accessories. For the Berlin-based imprint’s first drop of the season, it has readied a new batch of weatherproof outerwear pieces, technical bottoms, beach-ready shirts and more.
Leading the way in the outerwear department are the 3L Gore-Tex® Pro Rider Jacket and schoeller® Dryskin™ Blazer, the former of which features storm flaps in the center and comes with a secondary collar zip that allows for full closure while the latter draws inspiration from a Prussian Waffenrock. Next in line is the 2L Gore-Tex® Infinium™ Windstopper® Interops Jacket that comes in “Black” and “Alpha Green colorways, features a split set-in front and raglan back shoulder. A playful camp collar shirt is also tossed into the mix and comes fitted with all-over zebra stripes that come in yellow, black and white hues reminiscent of its Nike Blazer Low collaboration. For bottoms, ACRONYM has pieced together a technical Nylon BDU Short Pant, schoeller® Dryskin™ Cargo Pant and a Micro Twill Pleated Trouser.
Check out a closer look at the full capsule in the gallery above and note that it’s slated to drop on March 23 via ACRONYM and select retailers.
In other news, check out Balenciaga’s super destroyed Denim set.
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