The brainchild of Soren Harrison and Amir Hossain, London-based label PHUG has unveiled its exclusive editorial showcasing seasonal wears and rising UK talents.
Led by thier mantra “no one gives a fuck about your logo unless you give them something to care about first,” the campaign visuals reflect three years of hard graft, with reoccurring graphic-heavy garments aiming to each tell a story. Keen to showcase the label through the most diverse talents, the imagery takes a mix of some of the best London-based artists in the game—Finn Foxell, Kasien, JGrrey and Badgirl$—to spotlight offerings, old and new.
Highlights from the editorial include the introduction of PHUG homeware via the Skullboy Pillow and Colour Machine Rug, as well as the PHUG School Satchel—reminiscent of quintessential British school culture. Elsewhere, the lookbook marks the return of previous motifs—including the brand’s burning treehouse image—updated across a purple and cream knit. Boasting a foray of eye-cathing shapes and colours, additional standout pieces include a pair of oversized corduroy shorts with a skull embroidered on the pocket and 4/20 inspired ‘Don’t Trip On The First Hit’ slogan.