Grind London ‘High Rolling Lowlifes’ collection

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Grind London return with an impressive Summer collection that focuses on patterned, short-sleeve shirts and deliver an equally impressive lookbook to support it with High Rolling Lowlifes.

The brand have been steadily honing their craft for some time now to become masters of the button-up shirt. Working exclusively with cotton produced and sourced in Japan, Grind have selected another run of great fabrics, this time producing three shore-sleeved shirts from three different paisley designs in black, navy and blue, all featuring the ‘White Label Cuts’ branded label.

The new range also includes an excellent Hawaiian print longsleeve shirt in an off-white body with tonal green print which looks great in the photos below. Two T-shirts play on the High Rolling Lowlifes theme to complete the collection in black and white.

This season Grind have worked with photographer Ollie Adegboye and enlisted the help of James Rees to produce a short film to accompany the images. Wimbledon’s Greyhound racing track is the chosen setting and proves the perfect backdrop for the apparel and accompanying theme. The full shoot and video follow below and all items from the High Rolling Lowlifes collection are available now from Grind London.

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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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