For their new May 2015 capsule collection editorial, up-and-coming brand I Love Ugly enlisted none other than urban photographer and Instagram phenomenon trashhand. Shot in a mixture of street-level and underground locations, the lookbook was shot in London, inspired by the rich history and architecture of the British capitol.

Known for its monthly drops, I Love Ugly's May capsule collection features a versatile range of shorts, pants, T-shirts, shirts and jackets. The range introduces several elaborate textured fabrics and the release of a new collared baseball jersey in white, grey and black. Other key garments include elongated T-shirts, mandarin collared shirts, and a mandarin collared pullover shirt.

The capsule collection will be available online and in I Love Ugly stores in Los Angeles, Melbourne and New Zealand, as well as selected retailers around the world from mid-May.

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