Atelier New Regime Is Dropping a Dope Collab With Illustrator Ricardo Cavolo Today

The Montreal based streetwear brand have linked up with the Spanish artist for a capsule collection.

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Montreal-based Atelier New Regime are vying for the title of hardest working label in streetwear it seems, first dropping its Fall 2017 collection, followed by an insane Lugz collab and now unleashing another dope collaboration on the world, all in a matter of weeks.

Entitled "The Change," the latest capsule collection features iconic artwork from Spanish illustrator Ricardo Cavolo, an artist known for colourful and compelling drawings, paintings, and murals, many of which have caught the attention of such household brands such as Alexander McQueen, Bally, and Zara to name a few. Cavolo and Atelier New Regime share the same philosophy that artists have a responsibility to tell a story and inspire through their art.

Inspired by the concept of "change," the collection is about getting back to our core and who we truly are as humans; and acting as a collective striving towards communal goals rather than individualistic aspirations. Cavolo uses the symbolism of animals to convey his message of love, freedom, brotherhood and acceptance. 

The collection releases today at the Atelier New Regime booth at ComplexCon, but lucky for all of us who couldn't make it to Long Beach, it's not a ComplexCon exclusive (finally). Peep the lookbook below and head to the ANR webshop to purchase the pieces now. 

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