ACRONYM’s new addition to its Spring/Summer 2022 collection sticks to the brand’s utilitarian aesthetic, comprised of jackets, graphic tees, cargo shorts, sweatpants, and hoodies. Highlights include the ‘2L GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ WINDSTOPPER® JACKET,’ a windproof, water-resistant outerwear option with snap buttons and a zip-up closure.
Bottoms include the ‘NYLON STRETCH BDU SHORTS,’ made with an integrated belt and zip fly. The shorts come in ‘Black’ and ‘Coyote,’ along with the ‘P10A-E CARGO PANTS.’ The headlining piece of the collection is the ‘MERCERIZED COTTON SLEEVELESS T-SHIRT,’ a sleeveless t-shirt worn by ACRONYM founder Errolson Hugh. The shirt features a printed ‘Wildcard’ graphic on the chest and rear.
Consumers can shop ACRONYM’s Drop B of Spring/Summer 2022 at HBX.
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ACRONYM's Spring/Summer 2022 Drop B Features Techwear Essentials
1. Techwear Fashion - The rise of technical utilitarian capsules presents opportunities in materials and design innovation for fashion brands.
2. Performance Fabrics - As technical fabrics become more commonplace in fashion, there is an opportunity for textile companies to develop eco-friendly options with high performance capabilities.
3. Sustainable Fashion - The utilitarian aesthetic in fashion presents an opportunity for brands to incorporate sustainability into their designs, using recycled and eco-friendly materials.
1. Fashion - As seen in ACRONYM's Spring/Summer 2022 collection, fashion companies have opportunities to incorporate technical materials, sustainable practices, and utilitarian aesthetics into their designs.
2. Textile Manufacturing - The trend towards technical fabrics in fashion presents opportunities for textile companies to innovate and create sustainable, high-performance materials.
3. Retail - Retail companies can benefit from the growing popularity of technical utilitarian capsules by curating collections that cater to consumers seeking both functionality and fashion.