Brand: Potato Head

Season: FW19

Key Pieces: You really can't go wrong with any of the offerings here but the obvious standouts are the tie-dye number and the checkerboard pattern.

Release Date: Available now in-store with online release to follow on September 23

Buy:  In store at DSM London, DSM Singapore, DSM New York, DSM Ginza and DSM Los Angeles. Online release to follow on September 23 at DSM London, DSM Singapore and DSM Ginza.

Editor’s Notes: Indonesian club-turned-brand Potato Head keeps the summer season going with a drop of Hawaiian shirts that reference the theme of duality, more specifically the Balinese philosophy of Rwa Bhineda. Although the collection is limited to just Hawaiian shirts, there's a wide variety of patterns on offer here, including simple black and white colorways, arresting checkerboard prints and head-turning tie-dye prints.

The collection is available now starting at $55 in-store at DSM locations with an online drop soon to follow.

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