Stüssy Heads to the Caribbean for Its Spring 2016 Lookbook

Stüssy releases its Jamaica Spring/Summer 2016 collection, shot by photographer Tyrone Lebon.

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Stüssy just revealed its lookbook for Spring 2016. And it’s making us wish winter was already over.

For the new season, the California-based brand re-enlisted photographer Tyrone Lebon to shoot the Jamaican-themed visuals, highlighting the solid range of diverse streetwear that drops later this week. 

Of course, all the Stüssy staples represented, like crewneck sweatshirts, tees, hoodies, and headwear; but there's also a mix of less expected pieces, such as oversized suits and flared jeans.

Though this isn't the first time Stüssy has infused its designs with reggae and Rasta influences, this lookbook takes the references to a completely different level. Not only does Lebon capture the traditional beauty of the island, he also depicts a more authentic, grittier side of the Jamaican culture, like the dancehall scene.

You can check out the Spring 2016 lookbook, styled by Tom Guinness, below. The collection drops this Friday at Stüssy locations and its online store


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