SSAP Spring/Summer Collection is Sophisticated with Pops of Prints

By: Trenton Millar - Published: Jul 30, 2012 • References: ssapnyc & selectism
The SSAP Spring/Summer 2013 collection is on point with its clean sophistication and subtle peeks of patterns. The NYC brand takes inspiration from its home turf in creating a collection that makes people in the office or on the street stop for a double take.

The SSAP Spring/Summer 2013 collection sticks to a tame color palette by using blue, black and beige neutrals. These basics are given personality with touches of patterns coming out of pockets and seams. The collection includes lace-up jackets, elasticized pant cuffs and comfortable linings. Each piece looks like it could become a staple -- that jacket that you wear almost everyday.

SSAP writes that its "guiding principle is to redefine classic menswear with a radical aesthetic that still fits for everyday life," and this collection perfectly fulfills its mission. Stats for Peeking Patterns Menswear Trending: Older & Buzzing
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