GRIND London New Releases


GRIND London enter December with a fresh collection of tees and button-up shirts. With repeating patterns and prints at it’s core, the collection utilises designs from across the globe in each piece.

Each shirt references a different country’s traditional prints – the Ashkii (Native American), Udo (African), Eiko (Japanese), and Dave (Unknown). It’s nice that the brand have added an extra element to the design of this collection – themes always run strong with GRIND, this one keeps it simple and is cleanly executed through the four shirt designs. Accompanying them are 3 printed tees, ‘Call Me When It’s Over’ being my favourite of the bunch.

The collection will be available from GRIND London and select stockists from this Saturday 8th December. Check out a series of images below.

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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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  • Harry

    killing it

  • M

    Keeling it

  • TedBongdy


  • Quackquack

    Nice stuff, but what is up with that model? Goddamn, show a little class.

  • M1234


  • adam

    grind have really progressed! but the let down for me is the navajo shirt (aka chief joseph from pendleton). we have seen some amazing prints emerging recently on the ‘streetwear’ scene, for me, regurgitating ANOTHER navajo print shirt… dare i say, just to shift some units, aint a good look and isnt enough to keep up.

    thinking well and truly inside the box there, and i for one think they are better than that.