Victate Liberty Floral Sleeve T-shirts

Victate introduce the Private Stock portion of their new Summer collection with three Liberty floral sleeved T-shirts, an evolution of their original Liberty pocket tees produced this time last year.

Three floral fabrics are available as part of raglan cut T-shirt bodies – red, emerald green and navy blue. The body itself is 100% silk-sheen cotton, cut with a rounded hem slightly longer at the back, with embroidered details like the brand’s emblem on the front and ‘Victate’ text on the reverse yolk. The style is almost reminiscent of Versace or Givenchy designs, keeping the design focus on the upper chest/sleeves and with it, Victate take a step away from their peers, producing something different and unique to them.

Each colour is limited to just 20 pieces and comes packaged in a heavyweight tote bag with corresponding Liberty floral label. Get a closer look at each of the three tees below, and make your purchases now from Victate.

Model: James Campbell
Photographer: Jelani Pomell
Stylist: Ayishat Akanbi

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • AA

    Absolutely love these, Never been much into the whole floral pattern pockets etc, glad that someone with the right development/production knowledge has took this kind of trend a step forward instead of killing it to death and letting it go stale x

  • J

    Just keep getting better, the attention to detail and work that has clearly gone in to their drop this summer is impressive. Big up.

  • Sean

    Great concept and spot on execution… Victate doing it right.

  • M1234

    Nice, but not £70 nice.

  • Sold Out Shit

    Nice! £70 isn’t a bad price point considering the fabrics used etc. Most people are paying £30+ for digital printed tees…

  • M

    Really nice tees, wish i could afford £70 though. Should stay fairly unique, alot harder than stitching some crappy print fabric as a pocket.

  • Tim

    Gotta save for these! I hope we don’t see other brands or places like Topman rippin this style just like what happened with their pocket tees from last summer…

  • Scott

    if you want quality, this is it. Vicate smash it.