California clothing label 'BROTHERHOOD' released a summer street style editorial that shows off clean cuts, floral patterns and graphic prints. The lookbook dubbed 'WAR IS OVER' was inspired by a former campaign that was launched by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in the 1970s.
BROTHERHOOD pays tribute to this peace-making campaign by including the words on its styles in statement graphic prints. The words pop out on the garments with a careful choice of contrast, making for minimalist looks that boast quality fabrics and well-structured designs. The summer street style collection includes a number of pastel-colored Hawaiian shirts, t-shirts, button-ups, crew necks and a selection of accessories. 'WAR IS OVER' is mostly made up of black and white styles, with a few exceptions to catapult the editorial into the season. All looks are modeled on one male model against a backdrop of a plant-heavy building and a youthful bedroom.