Brand: Life in Perfect Disorder

Season: Summer 2017

Key Pieces: Pierced signature button-down shirt, work shirts

Editor’s Notes: New York City-based lifestyle brand Life in Perfect Disorder (formerly LPD and Les Plus Dorés) debuts their newest offerings this season with contemporary tops.

Highlighting the drop is its slightly oversized Pierced button-down shirt made in Los Angeles, comprised of imported Japanese 100% cotton oxford. The piece is also defined by two surgical steel piercings (one at breast and one on back yoke), as well as a Disorder tab label on the left seam. With additional details including raw hems, cuffs, collars, and side slits, the line is rounded out with new work shirts constructed of a cotton/poly blend.

Prices range from $225 to $295 USD and can be purchased now directly from Life in Perfect Disorder's online shop.

Also, the first YEEZY Season 5 pieces are now arriving at retailers.

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