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No Vacancy Inn has wanted to exploit this time its creativity together with Stüssy to launch a sophisticated line of garments that combine streetwear and underground tailoring.

 

Through the channeling of disparate influences such as Weekend by Bernies, The Fight by Hunter S. Thompson and Lost Weekend by John Lennon, the creative platform of Tremaine Emory and Ade Odunlami has presented, together with the skatewear brand, an effortless capsule that takes us directly to the 80s.

The selection includes pieces such as a corduroy suit, a coat, a tie-dye sweatshirt, a graphic T-shirt or a maxi-bag that fuses the aesthetics of No Vacancy Inn with the iconic Stüssy typography.

Both in the editorial and in the collection that dresses A$AP Nast, the worldly spirit of the collective becomes something essential that inspires both the practicality of the capsule and the retro influence, which is reflected through concepts such as the timeless freshness of the trench.

 

No Vacancy Inn x Stüssy’s loungewear capsule will be launched on September 25 on the Stüssy website and at selected retailers.