Rowing Blazers is teaming up again with famed Swiss photographer Willy Spiller for a capsule highlighting the gritty New York City subway in the '70s and '80s. The capsule, out now, features Spiller's photographs from a 7-year-period spent documenting the city's struggles through its transit system and the millions of lives that intersected every day.

Four of his most iconic images were chosen for a range of reverse-weave hoodies, rendered in the city's own blue and orange, in addition to black and white. T-shirts are also available in black and white.

You can shop the collection in-store and online now. Prices range from $48 for the tee to $168 for the hoodies.

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