Akomplice releases its 2012 Fall line

Akomplice is back again with a full Fall offering for 2012. Comprised within the collection are a few of the brands’ staples, including a selection of varsity jackets and branded AK tees. Akomplice didn’t rest on their laurels, incorporating an innovative material palette of corduroy, denim, and canvas twill on their varsity jackets, but they didn’t stop there. Their corduroy denim jacket combo can be stripped of its sleeves and hood, thus taking it down to a varsity denim vest base layer. Each varsity features a zip off hood so you can mix and match between them as well. The all-over print Spatial Arrangement crewneck and t-shirts look normal at first glance, but when studied closely you’ll notice a theme of chemical compounds written throughout.

Also included within the Fall drop is an offering of hats in both snap-back and flex-fit varieties. The compilation of caps marks another area of innovation for the brand, with snapbacks using Akomplice’s Hyperlight(changes color in sunlight) material for bills and also a wool hat that pays homage to the original old school baseball hats and is rightfully dubbed, “The Old Era”. Another seasonal standout for Fall 2012 comes in the form of the ever popular “&” aesthetic. Akomplice deviated from the norm, adding a narcotic flair with the inclusion of “Mary, Jane, Lucy & Molly” on t-shirts and crewneck. This collection marks another strong offering for Akomplice with a strong eye towards innovation. Look for the Akomplice Fall 2012 delivery in fine retailers globally, and the full collection on the Akomplice webstore.

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