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Stussy Spring/Summer 2022 Part 2 | Wellgosh

The latest drop from Stussy draws on the brand’s origins in surfwear, from their humble beginnings in Laguna Beach, California in the late ’80s, where Shawn Stussy shaped surfboards for his friends and locals. From there, he began screen printing t-shirts and shorts to promote this service, using the same graffiti font we see today donned by musicians, skaters, celebrities and everyone in between. This latest collection features a ton of graphic t-shirts, just in time for Summer, with some classic staples and more unique pieces.

Think pigment dyes, puff print graphics and inside-out crewneck tees, including the classic No.4 design, surfer logos, handstyle back prints and the classic ‘International’ motif reimagined for 2022. To coincide with these everyday go-to’s, there are comfortable jersey shorts, breathable mesh shorts and a cotton-linen blend striped shirt for a more retro vibe. There are still some colder evenings ahead of us, so the streetwear giants haven’t forgotten about the ever-popular fleece crewnecks, also boasting an overdyed hoodie and sweatpant two-piece for days off, hangovers and chilled ones. So long as there are vibrant underground subcultures and creatives with an eye for fashion, the Stussy train shows no signs of slowing down, and we’re here for the full journey.

You can check out the latest collection HERE, but you know the deal. These pieces fly off the shelves, so order now to avoid disappointment.