Sonya Sombreuil designs the latest Come Tees collection full of cut-and-sew pieces that center around denim materials. The main inspiration behind the new capsule is drawn from the 70s, specifically New York City's graffiti culture. The streetwear staples are adorned in graffiti patterns that recall Basquiat. The overall color palette centers around hues of light blue and red. The graffiti theme evokes a sense that there is "the need to make your mark whether or not it's perceived by other," explained by Sombreiul.
Some of the highlighting pieces include the 'Lone Tagger Hemi' work pants that boast tearaway elements and the matching work jacket constructed from premium Italian bull denim. Notably, each piece is custom-dyed and has snap button enclosures.
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