Australian streetwear label Butter Goods launched its Spring/Summer 2018 collection, which highlights graphic-heavy t-shirts with reggae references and retro color-block windbreakers. The inspiration is not only derived from music, however. From sketchy full-back illustrations of the Pink Panther and minimalist rosy graphics to "emphasis on spaced-out kerning" and even classic music, Butter Goods mixes "80s sportswear and 90s technology."
The colorblocked windbreakers are styled so that they can go along with any graphic-heavy piece in the Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Their structure features a half-zip pullover silhouette with a rectangular front pocket. While the body of the piece is a consistent navy blue, the pocket is characterized by a duo of colors—yellow and green or green and red. It gives the colorblocked windbreakers a distinctive retro vibe.
Photo Credits: Garth Mariano
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