Play Cloths Shares Their Military-Inspired Spring 2016 Collection [PHOTOS]


Pusha T‘s Play Cloths has been relatively quiet towards the ending of 2015, but comes back with a vengeance this year by dropping off their latest lookbook for the upcoming spring 2016 season. A solid representation of the warmer days ahead, the collection is a mix of relaxed-fit pieces that also manages to incorporate a militant vibe throughout.

Shot by Virginia native Doug Smallwood, the collection’s lookbook highlights its versatility and consistency. Included in the new collection are a variety of camouflage tees and hooded knits, while other items such as the cargo pant and jackets are adorned with utilitarian elements, remaining true to the line’s militaristic inspiration.

The new Play Cloths spring 2016 is now available in stores and online now. Check out the entire lookbook in the gallery below. And in case you missed it, check out Pusha T explaining where he found the inspiration behind the new collection here.


Photo Credit: Doug Smallwood/Play Cloths

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