New GRIND Editorial Focus On “Urban Functional Wear”

The latest GRIND editorial is for its Spring 2018 issue. The publication put the spotlight on garments that fit the concept of “Urban Functional Wear.”

 

The eight-page editorial combines function and fashion. It uses a bright yet brutal metropolitan background.

Models dressed in a mixture of sportswear, workwear, and military-inspired garments. This resulted to something that looks like city armor.

Some brands featured in the editorial are Off-White, Gosha Rubchinskiy, UNDERCOVER and ALYX. Pieces from Stone Island Shadow Project also makes its way to the spread.

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Off-White recently collaborated with Lamyland for a capsule collection. The duo worked together on a new capsule made up of graphic-adorned sweatshirts, mesh shorts, and socks.

The collection showcases black and yellow as well as black and white colorways. It takes its inspiration from boxing.

However, this selection is not for use in the ring, though. The pieces show appreciation for the combat sport.

Meanwhile, Gosha Rubchinskiy’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection blended cultural influences from the designer’s home, Russia. 

He also incorporated two of his favorite imports, soccer and rave music, into his collection. It includes track jackets and oversized jerseys meshed with running shorts in neon colors.

The neon colors will definitely make you stand out from the crowd. There’s something for everyone in the assortment of track jackets to soccer-inspired polos.

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