Calvin Klein's streetwear-led diffusion line CALVIN KLEIN EST.1978 has dropped a new delivery of denim garms, this time featuring some fire pieces featuring classic Americana iconography.

The latest collection was released on Instagram via all-around PMF and Calvin Klein ambassador A$AP Rocky, who all but deleted his entire feed apart from the CKEST1978 'fit and a picture of him and Dev Hynes.

The use of idyllic blue skies and star-spangled banners is a continuation of Raf Simons' all-American-everything design language which the designer has been fostering since taking the creative reins at the American fashion label in 2017.

Check out the other prints from the nostalgic USA-printed denim drop below, and cop some of the pieces on CALVIN KLEIN EST. 1978's webstore, with the full collection expected to drop on September 13.

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