8 Of The Best Summer Items You Can Buy From SSENSE
Luxury retailer SSENSE’s large catalogue provides hidden gems for our Southern Hemisphere heat despite being based out of Montréal, Canada. We’ve combed through to provide you with some of our favourites for the summer.
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Whether you’re basking on Bondi Beach, fist pumping at festivals, eating and drinking an endless supply of cheese and wine in your backyard or going for bush walks around the North Island of New Zealand you’ll be sure to find something that will get you through these warm months.
Reversible White & Khaki Logo Bucket Hat
$90 USD/$120 AUD
Bucket hats are a summer necessity to keep the Southern Hemisphere rays out. This offering from Y-3 is cut from a breathable nylon, and boasts versatility with its reversibility.
ESSENTIALS by Jerry Lorenzo
Navy Mesh Logo Shorts
$75 USD/$105 AUD
Jerry Lorenzo’s “ESSENTIALS” line offers the summer staple mesh shorts taking cues from classic basketball shorts to provide an ‘essential’ garment that can be dressed up with a linen shirt and loafers for an easy dinner look or dress down with a graphic tee for lounging.
SSENSE Exclusive Orange 'Sturgis Black Hills Rally' Destroyed T-Shirt
$295 USD/$415 AUD
Sunny weather is the perfect time to break out loud coloured tees with even louder graphics. Artist Warren Lotas provides both with his SSENSE exclusive graphic tees, displaying the detailed illustrations that Lotas has become so well known for.
Tricot Comme des Garçons
Blue & White Gather Dress
$620 USD/$860 AUD
Dresses are among the most versatile garments. This piece from Tricot CDG exemplifies this, able to be worn casually during summer days, and transition into classier evening events with ease.
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