Back with a fresh collection of seasonal sportswear, Ashley Marc Hovelle returns for Spring/Summer 2016 with his Win|Lose lookbook.

Shot on the streets of Berlin with the brand's now unmistakable model, Blaise Osa Yalekhue, center stage, the new collection was reportedly inspired by seminal ’90s b-ball flick White Men Can't Jump. Channeling the spirit of sporting competition — alongside Woody Harrelson's garish shorts — the range of easy-to-rock sweaters, T-shirts and shorts alternates between simple monochrome typography and bold, floral screen-printing, playing on the theme of Win vs. Lose.

All items are fashioned from premium cotton jersey fabric, made in Portugal and screen-printed in factories working with some of the world's most prestigious fashion houses. All pieces are available to purchase now via the AMH online shop.

Meanwhile, check out AMH's striking Fall/Winter 2015 lookbook.

  • Photographer:Kyra Sophie
  • Model:Blaise Osa Yalekhue

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