Places+Faces is a London-based photography collective magazine, a publisher and an label in itself. Recently, the label unveiled a lookbook for its latest range of apparel entitled the 'first collection.' Co-founder Ciesay expressed to Vogue that Places+Faces aimed to shift from screen-printed garments and move towards cut and sew clothing—to expand the clothing approach and also move into the territory of denim jackets, sweats and matching bags.
In addition to the jackets, sweat apparel and bags, the new Places+Faces capsule is also comprised of vibrant tracksuits, side bags and technical backpacks in a plethora of colors. The t-shirts in the range boast branding graphics. Additionally, Ciesay explains that: "Some of the t-shirts are produced in Portugal and washed to give that faded look I love in vintage tees."
Colorful Technical Lookbooks
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Vibrant 90s-Inspired Streetwear
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