Pretty Green has images of its new Autumn Winter ‘18 collection, available now in-store and online.
The clothes are inspired by the post-punk and new wave era which peaked across 1978 to 1982, and is described by the fashion brand as “one of British youth culture’s most pivotal periods”, when the dominance of punk in its original form faded and new trends soared from the ashes.
A focus on a muted Autumnal palette is seen throughout the collection, while shocks of colour burst through sparingly, symbolising the more introverted rebellion of the period.
Check out images in the gallery below and head to Pretty Green’s website for further details.
Next month we’re also linking up with Pretty Green to host the European debut of Kevin Saunderson’s mind-blowing E-Dancer live show at Oval Space on September 14. It’s going to be unmissable, grab your tickets here.
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