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May 20, 2019 1 min read

A beautiful mix of minimalist styles, unique patterns and statement pieces, the latest Acne Studios collection is comprised of the best this Swedish fashion house has to offer. Not just basic hoodies and shirts for men, Acne Studios now makes a great case for high-end sneakers, carving their own niche in the ugly sneaker trend. 

FROM HYPEBEAST: “It’s an experiment with the definition of garments. We were looking at the archetypal constructions of one garment and applying them to another,” reads a pre-show statement from Acne Studios co-founder and creative director Jonny Johansson. “I think a lot of shows are driven by categories, but if the perception of them is played with, you can make something interesting.” Specifically, the label’s new range focused on pastel-hued, utilitarian outerwear, wide-leg trousers, elongated sweaters and multi-colored knitwear.


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