Alife Makes a Political Statement With Its "Terror" All-Over Print Design For Spring/Summer 2014

Alife Makes a Political Statement With Its "Terror" All-Over Print Design For Spring/Summer 2014All images via Alife

Alife has been taking baby steps since it’s re-launch. The brand worked with a few artists for its famous Backyard Sessions series, tapped some famed graffiti artists, and even collaborated with Drake for an OVO pop-up. So far it's been mostly T-shirt releases, but the spring/summer 2014 collection is about to change all that.

One of the main running themes is the "Terror" all-over print featuring flags of Arab nations as well as—wait for it—the one and only Stars and Stripes. A possible political statement for the brand throwing shots at both sides. This season also digs into outerwear and also Cut & Sew items. This includes quilted jackets as well as football and baseball jerseys.

The first part of the collection is available now on the Alife website with more to come.

 

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