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For its third collection, buzzy NYC label Landlord departed from last season’s boldly-colored workwear for looks inspired by Southern hip-hop fashions from the late ’90s/early ’00s. The result? An absolutely wild mix of garish streetwear filled with baggy tees, bold graphics and delightfully tacky fabrics.

Hoodies and shirts featured screen prints of diamond-encrusted hip-hop album covers. Plackets of alligator and stingray skins were applied to cobalt, crimson and fuchsia-colored work shirts. The silhouette du jour was baggy and low-rise, to the point where one belt notch off and you’d find yourself standing pant-less.

By far the biggest highlight were the baby blue and salmon pink (shout out Cam’ron) faux fur coats, adding just the right gaudy sprinkling to the ratchet-flavored sartorial sundae.

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Words by Nico Amarca
Fashion Editor, North America
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