Gear Up: The Akomplice Cut and Sew collection

The impending Akomplice cut & sew collection boasts a complete line of t-shirts, jackets, hats and denim that are clean and simple, yet uniquely Akomplice.

The inspiration for the line was fueled by infusing classic pieces with innovative material choices. A good example of this is the Anorak, which is made of Chambray. For their t-shirt update, Akomplice has taken a playful approach on the traditional pocket tee and laced it with red contrasting seersucker, neon punches of orange and green, and the coupe de grace is the flamingo pocket tee, which is becoming a type of mascot for the brand.

Also apparent in the cut & sew drop from Akomplice is the resurgence of the bucket hat. Following a reign of supremacy during the early 90s, the bucket is back, and the Akomplice offering includes a red seersucker iteration.

Also on display is the nuanced leather detailing, which adorns a selection of twill jackets. To complete the collection, Akomplice has also included a pair of charcoal washed denim jeans with contrast stitched back pockets.

The refined offering is available worldwide and will hit the Akomplice webstore Sunday, May 12th.

Also, for anyone that doesn’t know, Akomplice will be dropping this set of 5 Panels spring hats. From traditional seersucker patterns in red and blue to an all-over fixie 5 panel, Akomplice has the headwear enthusiast covered for the upcoming season.

The collection standout however comes in the form of the all-over flamingo print 5 panel which we’ve heard from the Akomplice camp will play into a series they are releasing this Summer. This group of 5 panels drops this Thursday, May 9th at 9am on the Akomplice Webstore.

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