The new Stolen Girlfriends Club collection boasts a psychedelic and laid-back vibe with 60s graphics, inspired by iconic rock band The Grateful Dead. The collaboration is essentially a fusion of two generations -- the rebellious and youthful spirit of the Stole Girlfriends Club customer and the hippy and airy vibe of 60s youth.
The unapologetic and "post-apocalyptic surfer" attitude of the New Zealand-based label coincides extremely well with the message of the Grateful Dead. From expected co-branded logos on T-shirts and clever lyrical references, paired up with grungy 60s graphics, to dancing skeleton socks and other accessories, the musically-inspired streetwear is definitely going to delight the psychedelic music lover and the artist who enjoys 60s graphics and illustrations.
Photo Credits: Stolen Girlfriend Club and Ssense
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