Brand: Come Tees

Key Pieces: The red Lone Tagger Hemi tearaway work pants and work jacket come in Italian bull denim, custom dyed and screen printed with snaps to be worn open or closed. The denim duo features hand scrawled illustrations and each version of the logo is handwritten.

Release Date: Available now.

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Editor’s Notes: The underground brand's designer, Sonya Sombreuil, explains her cut-and-sew denim capsule collection was inspired by 1970s-era New York City graffiti and urban pigeon-keeping. Her wildstyle graffiti aesthetic is reminiscent of action painters such as Basquiat. The capsule is available in red and baby blue, and each piece is $350.

In an interview with Vogue, Sombreuil said, “I’ve always been into things that are kind of raw and art brut, and I think [early graffiti in New York] really exemplifies that — the need to make your mark whether or not it’s perceived by others.”

What do you think of the graffiti-inspired capsule? Let us know if you will cop in the comments below.

For more drops check out Tonsure x Storm Copenhagen's second collaboration collection.

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