Milanese brand GCDS come into their own with the presentation of their Spring/Summer 2016 collection. Although their cryptic logo is featured throughout, the Italian label enters new territory with pieces that combine staple streetwear cues with clever reinterpretations. Highlights include the zip-up shirting offerings, as well as the patchwork sweater and jeans. In addition to their namesake branding, several graphic options are on display this season, with purposefully uncool slogans such as "normal" and "clean."

Expect good things to come from the brand and check out what Fall/Winter 2014 had to offer.

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