Ace & Tate is back in perfect time as we approach the warmer part of the year, with their SS19 'Word Up' campaign. 

Poetry and optimism stand as the driving forces behind Ace & Tate's first campaign on the year, launched in conjunction with World Poetry Day. The campaign calls on three modern wordsmiths - singer and songwriter BEA1991 from Amsterdam, Berlin-based tattoo artist Monty Richthofen, and London's spoken word artist James Massiah.

This marks the beginning of Ace & Tate's 2019 commitment to the investigation of a range of themes, that was sparked by their exploration of the complexity of identity in 2018. Setting things into motion is Optimism, with each talent expressing their views on the word. Each artist did so via their own medium, with BEA1991 delivering an introspective manifesto, James Massiah penned a poem, and Monty Richthofen presented three mottos to live by.

Take a look at the 90s inspired collection, featuring the brand new Justin, Vince, and Elliot frames below. Ace & Tate's first SS19 offering is available now and can be shopped via their online and physical stores. 

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