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90s Street-Centric Q1 by Stranded Pleasant

Street centric design cues this seasonal goods.
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Spick and span, oversized, bold and straight just one of the packages. Jaksel-based streetwear Stranded Pleasant has just released a lineup of new season goods with vibrant graphics under the “Q1” collection. With its continued effort to pull from the 90s, the collection plays off those contemporary aesthetics and creates some pieces reminiscent of the backward trend.

Stranded produces unisex collections built upon memory, moods, and fun through street-centric designs — the use of logos, oversized cuts, and creative draping have been found since the first collection. Leading the lineup with bold and playful graphics, the display shows the genuine identity of Stranded that comes from creativity.

Delivering its Q1 collection, the label serves up another selection of seasonal goodness in the form of crewneck, T-shirts, and shorts. Stand-out pieces from the collection include a timeless Sepultura bootleg on a crewneck, a graphic
short-sleeved from Mike Vallely’s Barnyard duck, Slayer-influenced on a t-shirt, and Arcteryx bootleg in T-shirts and shorts.

For more info, check Stranded’s Instagram and its bio!

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