'Artisan' Is The New Collection From I Love Ugly
I Love Ugly introduces their latest collection titled, the Artisan Collection. Paying homage to their art and design background I Love Ugly shot the collection at Auckland’s Studio One, a communal creative space tucked away in Ponsonby where artists can work and be inspired.
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The collection itself features pops of vibrant colours often found in the painting room through to monochromatic earthy tones that would surround the ceramics studio. The Artisan collection is structured to build a cross-seasonal offering from electric blues, warm mustards, pastel pinks and those soft earthy hues. With bold colour blocking and geometric graphic design elements juxtapose earthy checks and the new tropical Aruba Print, perfecting for the warming months.
Bridging contemporary menswear with streetwear aesthetics has always been at the core of I Love Ugly and the Artisan collection further marvels this by introducing new items that include the Mocha Check Anton Track Pant, Artisan Shirt, the vibrant Flag Tee range, and the debut release of the Denim Smart Zespy Pant. In addition to the core range we’ve come to love such as the Slim Kobe and Cropped Zespy Mid Rise Pant there’s something for everyone in here.
The Artisan Collection will be available online at iloveugly.com on September 20 at 4pm NZT, followed by I Love Ugly Flagship stores and select international stockists September 21.
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