Garbstore has revealed its texture-rich collection for Spring/Summer 2023, which has been designed to serve as the perfect go-to for layering in the warmer months.
Featuring three of the brand’s in-house labels—Garbstore, The English Difference and Home Party—the lookbook showcases reworked classics alongside new styles, innovative fabrics and a first look at the London imprint’s debut graphic tee collection.
This season across Garbstore’s mainline, key pieces include the Press Hood Jacket—which has a hidden, fold-away hood—and the short sleeve brown Kabana Shirt, which provides a relaxed, breezy fit crafted with progressive fabrics from the Hakusan region of Japan. In addition, the extensive line-up also offers a first look at Garbstore’s heavyweight cotton tee collection designed by Arnold Park Studios, which plays on satirical tabloid names and break-neck headlines.
Elsewhere, the Home Party line preps for the summer season with a new range of oversized box-fit shirts made from a premium lightweight Japanese “Miracle Wave” fabric and workman-style jackets constructed from heavy cotton twill and Moleskin. Each of the jackets are made on vintage machinery and take design cues that play on nostalgic paperboy looks.
Finally, The English Difference returns with a lightweight line inspired by 1940s military knitwear. Accompanied by a selection of new silhouettes and returning classics, highlights include the new Waffle Mark Kimono Cardigan—an oversized waffle knit produced in the Midlands—and the Beacon Cardigan Light, which is defined by a contemporary dropped shoulder layer and is made using cotton for breathability and comfort.
Take a look through the selects in the shots below. The SS23 collection is slated to drop next year in-store and online at via the Garbstore website.