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(multee)project breathes new life into a series of deconstructed lifestyle pieces

(multee)project breathes new life into a series of deconstructed lifestyle pieces

Done are the days of standard tees and simple plimsoll sneakers. In favor of something more compelling, many brands have stretched their creativity to develop classics into something entirely new. (multee)project — a lifestyle label based out of Newport Beach, California — is doing just that with their latest capsule, retooling pieces to fit a sort of deconstructed, minimalist vision.

Their newest collection, which they dub “Reconstructed Pleasure,” runs with its theme to present a range that is comprised of a customized Vans Vault Slip-On, Reflective Crew Socks, 2-way Folded Beanie, and Tri-blend Pullover/Tee. Aligned under a somewhat workwear aesthetic, many of the pieces — including the customized Slip-On silhouette — bear 3M reflective detailing as well as a subtle “x” stitch that embodies the brand itself while adding more in the way of visual interest.

You can check out the full lookbook imagery below and if you’re interested in purchasing any of the pieces seen, head over to multeeproject.com for more details.

nanamica and Dr Martens join forces on footwear capsule

nanamica and Dr Martens join forces on footwear capsule

HYSTERIC GLAMOUR collaborates with PORTER on a graphic capsule

HYSTERIC GLAMOUR collaborates with PORTER on a graphic capsule