We begin the season with our newest Herringbone Twill fabrication—a ruggedly soft fabrication that supports our utility-inspired garments. The comfort-stretch fabrication is a midweight workwear fabric that is piece-dyed to the desired shade before the cut and sews process, and then stonewashed for a worn-in look. For our men’s assortment, the story is told on our Wells Fatigue pants and Lance Fatigue shirt jacket, offering contrast pockets in various green hues. For our sportswear collection, we introduce the Rogan Sweatshirt and Kaison Cargo Sweatpant, an upgrade to our classic crew sweatshirt and jogger featuring a contrast herringbone woven pocket for added texture. This technique launches us into an exploration of patch and repair, playing around with removed patches and topical patches for an authentic vintage look. The selection of patch and repair garments features hits of destruction, touches of paint, deliberate shadows, and raw hems. Styles include our Dart Jacket and Tellis pant. This story continues with the assistance of this season’s most notable member: the bandana. Exclusively designed by us, our bandana and the accompanying print offer versatility to this season’s assortment. For men, the print takes shape on our Arc Crew and Kenji Sweat Short. The bandana print story is disrupted with elements of the coast—introducing exclusive AG artwork that expertly blends the elements of a coastal road trip with the bold use of primary colors. The graphic print serves as a mainstay for our sportswear collection. We drop the bold colors and offer a more subdued offering of the print in styles that might fall under the helm of Ivy League Casual—finished on crewneck sweatshirts, tees, and our signature Billie Cap. This season is charged with a sense of adventure and renewal and this desire to repair rather than replace—making something new out of something old. We see this come to life in our dip-dye collection, a small troupe of garments designed in our Dover Stretch Denim (DSD) fabrication that are hand-dipped into a vat of dye—offering a completed assortment where no two pieces look the same. This season, we are not short on inspiration nor patterns—exploring ways in which we can take traditional design elements such as camouflage and stripes and make them our own. For our selection of stripes, we introduce a uniqueness with embroidery that ties back to our coastal print and a new fabrication that offers a heavyweight but a soft hand. We find ease in our offering of camouflage, creating modern surplus garments in materials like Essential Luxe Terry, affording us an elevated take on utilitarian garb.