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Citing the “Madchester” scene that emerged from Manchester in the early ’90s, Copenhagen label Soulland returns for another collection of highly wearable menswear that pairs the movement’s psychedelia with sturdy British practicality. Wild prints and graphics nod to the city’s iconic rave scene – most notably the stadium guidelines from a 1991 Happy Mondays concert that appears on shirts – while hardy tweeds and wools are used on outerwear pieces to keep things cold weather-appropriate.

All in all, it’s another collection of suitably wearable menswear from the Danish brand that always keep things on the right side of conceptual – no doubt the pieces on show here will be appearing in many men’s wardrobes in the coming months.

Keep an eye out for the collection when it hits retailers later in the year, and get familiar with the Copenhagen fashion scene with the 20 Danish Brands Every Highsnobiety Reader Should Know. Afterwards, peep their recent releases over at What Drops Now.

Words by Alec Leach
Digital Fashion Editor

Alec Leach grew up in Brighton, England, but now lives in Berlin, where he leads Highsnobiety's digital fashion content.

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