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MADHAPPY Debuted a 'Chromophobic' Collection to Face a Fear of Color

 - May 7, 2018
References: & highsnobiety
Los Angeles-based fashion label MADHAPPY introduced its latest Chromophobic collection as a means of facing its fear of color directly. The label follows its winter offerings with a range of colorful garments that are crafted with the concept of irony in mind, and further adorned by the liberal usage of butterfly motifs. The Chromophobic capsule is comprised of a range of hoodies, sweat pants and t-shirts.

The MADHAPPY capsule boasts a color palette of pink hues and blue tones. Additionally, there are accenting details of the label's branding stitched throughout the hoodies. The sweatpants take on a cropped design to slim down the silhouette. Finally, on all of the new seasonal offerings for Spring/Summer 2018, there is the print of "Local Optimist Group" detailing the garments.

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