The American streetwear that was started in the 1980s by Shawn Stussy has updated its collection of apparel with a variety of new Stussy tees that display graphic designs.
Included in the designs is a shirt that pays tribute to Rastafarian culture, with the colors of the Jamaican flag contrasting with the piece's white material and the black lettering and imagery that superimposes it. The Stussy tees are offered in white, black, pink and gray variations, with each sporting a unique print that shows the international expansion of the brand and its ability to bring consumers together without boarders.
This is shown on prints which display the various cities that the brand's stores are located in, with New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, London and Paris listed.
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