indcsn release ‘Fancy Goods’ collection for Fall ’14

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indcsn kick into Fall with the first delivery of their Fancy Goods collection.

We’re big fans of indcsn and this collection shows why in a solid mix of graphic tees, raglans and longsleeves with a few added extras. The Athletic range (T-shirt, Pullover and Snapback) uses a 90’s style, smaller, centralised chest print and is key to the latest delivery, supported by the Disorder & Disarray Pullover bringing a sportswear vibe we don’t often see from the brand. In addition, the Fancy Goods collection brings with it a splash of pink with the Mean Business shirt and the Dead End Youth dip-dye tee previewed in the lookbook below.

Though there’s a helping of new things in the collection there is plenty consistency in a series of type based graphics (Fancy Goods T-shirts, Crossed Out Raglans and the Happy Hour Tank) that are right along the lines of what indcsn fans know and love along with the return of old favourites like the Polka X T-shirt (now in white) and a glow in the dark version of the Set It Off Coach Jacket.

Two clean Script 5 panels and bucket hats also feature along with my personal highlight, the Shutdown range of longsleeve tees and 5 panels, a homage to the (GI) album by seminal LA punk band the Germs. The lookbook, shot again by Giles Smith, also includes a couple of other items also which we expect to see in the second delivery.

Simply put this is another round of bangers from indcsn, though we’d expect nothing less. Check the new lookbook out below and head to indcsn to purchase.

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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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  • PriamofWilusa

    Nice collection, Josh on point as always!

  • http://www.thedailystreet.co.uk Alex Synamatix

    All about that ’90s sportwear vibe in indcsn Athletic.