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Continuing its insertion into the world of fashion, Come Tees, directed by artist Sonya Sombreuil and based in Los Angeles, has just launched a new capsule supported by denim.
Presented in an installation in New York, the range is inspired by the graffiti of the 1970s typical of the city and by pigeons as a synonym for the urban landscape. At the head of the collection is a duo of handwritten denim sets with bold Come Tees words and logos.
The proposal focuses on a disordered aesthetics, the jacket and the workwear cut trousers refer to the American workwear of the 30s and are accompanied by a series of T-shirts decorated in a very similar way.
You can see the lookbook below which features the iconic Kubo from GR8 and Cali DeWitt.
The collection is now available through shop-cometees.biz.