SS15 | Publish (Part 2)

The second release in the Spring collection from Californian brand, Publish, has just been unveiled. We were introduced to the first part of their ‘The Resistance’ collection in early February which featured a selection of new jackets, jogger pants and button-downs, for those sunny but cold Spring days. The latest collection hints to the warmer months and features a wider selection of shorts, t-shirts and short sleeved shirts.

So far SS15 has been about premium materials, luxury basics, classic styles and unbranded branding and that doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon. Publish continue to deliver premium quality clothes that are timeless.

The classic white crew neck edit.

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The ShelbyWeston and Finch shirts are all part of The Resistance Part 2 release and all present alternatives to the classic white t-shirt. The Shelby (1) crew neck is possibly the closest you can get to a ‘basic’ white t-shirt, however it features a scalloped button and side panelling which give it a modern makeover; the type of t-shirt which can be worn for any occasion. The Finch (2) is a cotton crew neck that features a over lock stitch throughout. Combined with raw edge details and a side split hem, this shirt is your best bet for that causal look. Finally, The Weston (3) crew is a cotton-polyester hybrid and features a polka dot knit, featuring a scalloped bottom and split hem, great if your going for that Sports Luxe vibe. Which one would you go for?

To coincide with the latest SS15 delivery, Publish have also teamed up with Swedish brand, Tretorn and men’s shop Ps & Qs, to collaborate on a two piece footwear collection ‘Better Days’. As we have seen with the Adidas Stan Smith, classic tennis styles are back and bigger than ever. This two piece release features both a leather suede and white perforated leather version of the Tretorn Nylite silhouette, and are available here.

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You can read about SS15 | Publish (Part 1) here and shop the whole range at publishbrand.com.

What do you think of the latest items in the Spring delivery from Publish?

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