Aries' FW19 Collection Is Inspired by '80s Sportswear

T-shirts, outerwear, blazers and more.

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After a recent collaboration with Suicoke, streetwear brand Aries has just dropped the first pieces of its Fall/Winter 2019 collection. Including everything from underwear to outerwear, the range is inspired by ’80s sportswear and also features collaborations with illustrator Will Sweeney.

The brand has taken a departure from its usual logo-driven pieces and has taken to more pattern-heavy themes. Branding can still be spotted along waistlines, cuffs and necklines, but leopard print, space print, chain print and tie-dye are the footholds of the collection. Key outerwear pieces include a high turtle neck jacket, faux fur reversible parka and tailored velvet blazer. Silk sets are the highlight of the collection, coming in retro teal colorways or classic black. Of course, there are plenty of cozy pieces including sweatpants, graphic T-shirts and a bright pink shift dress. Scroll through the lookbook in the gallery above to see our favorite pieces from the drop.

The first drop of Aries’ Fall/Winter season is available now on the brand’s online store. For more streetwear essentials, take a look at this Jacquemus Bellow Leather Belt Bag.

 

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