This Local Streetwear Brand Reimagines Our Favorite Closet Staples
Royalty just released their Future Classics collection.
(SPOT.ph) Local streetwear brand Royalty's sensibilities have evolved since its launch in 2013. Its most recent collection titled Future Classics shows how Royalty has come full circle. The brand's Japanese aesthetic first manifested itself through kanji and repurposed traditional patterns—now it's the idea of elevated basics. The reason for the shift is simple: Co-owner Carlos Naguit explains that the brand wanted to make clothes that could easily become part of anyone's existing wardrobe, something you could throw on without having to think about matching or clashing.
The lookbook for the collection was shot four times, each time by a different photographer to imbue it with his own take of how this new Royalty fits into everyone's lives. Ralph Mendoza captures the coolness of youth; Cenon Norial's movement and dynamism; Joseph Pascual's casual ease juxtaposed with megawatt star
This collection includes tees, polo shirts, jackets, shorts, pants, caps, socks, and even a tote—everything one would need to dress him- or herself from head to toe, save for shoes. This season's trademark detail is the "reverse pocket." Think of the traditional
Check it out:
Tees go for P795 to P1,350; polo shirts from P1,450 to P1,650; jackets, P2,650 to P2,950; bottoms, P1,850 to P2,450; while caps and socks are at P950 and P495, respectively.
Royalty's Future Classics will be available on their website on September 16.
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