What do you get when you combine skatewear, paraphernalia, and a good dose of humour? The less-than-a-year old Singapore-based creative collective, See You At One. The trio behind See You At One remain elusive, but their work so far displays a strong fashion-meets-cultural influence. Within its short lifespan it has already launched three clothing drops (think: graphic T-shirts, deconstructed trousers and oversized hoodies), released music mixes via their platform on Soundcloud, curated a quirky list of lockdown-appropriate activities and as of late: released a range of long-sleeved T-shirts.
Dubbed the LS T-shirts, the four-piece drop is a collection telling of our current “new normal”. For one, the two different graphics featured as prints are arranged compositions created out of objects found on walks – photographed by Indonesian photographer Thomas Sito. As for the styles available? They come in two variations that allude to the brand’s skate culture roots: ‘SAS’ and ‘Five O’ the former stands for sticks and stones and the latter, a conjured symbol of empowerment and defiance. The LS shirts come in black, pink, white and green and are going for $69 a pop on See You At One’s website. All items will be delivered in reusable zip lock bags and will take two days to ship locally.
Above, a closer look.
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