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Basics have been given the technical treatment

POSTEDBYMALIN JONES

Japanese label BAL continues to perfect their casualwear aesthetic in their Spring/Summer 2021 collection.

Mixing graphical accents, pops of neon, large pocket details and more, BAL brings a more detailed approach to their streetwear silhouettes where simple basics are amplified.

The collection includes baggy T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies featuring colorful graphics and prints that have been paired with sleek track pants.

Earthy hues of black, grey and khaki run throughout the line, contrasting against the pops of lime green, bold blue and crisp white apparel.

Jackets feature large pockets, zip-off sleeves and D-rings, whilst shirts come in a breathable mesh and imitate jacket details, adopting zippered stash pockets.

Mesh also features on the collections bags as pockets. Accessories continue with water-fighting hats and high-spec vests.

The new collection is now available on BAL's website and at stockists like SO Nakameguro and 417 EDIFICE.

 

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