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Atelier New Regime's Line is Full of Color and Statement Graphics

Atelier New Regime, a streetwear fashion label founded in 2009 that's based in Montréal, Quebec, recently released a new line of apparel that's full of retro styles and unique graphics that make the garments stand out.

Included in the collection are various vivid tracksuits that make use of a satin-like material, polos, graphic tees, button-up shirts, and more. While hues of bubblegum pink, emerald green, bright blue, and crimson red make the structured garments eye-catching on their own, graphics that read "Never Had Shit," "Big Daddy," and the label's name offer ever more variance.

The entire pre-Fall 2017 collection can be found on Atelier New Regime's web store, where prices range from around $15 to $180 CAD.