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Saturdays NYC SS17 is the coolest you can look while waiting in line for your coffee.

The new collection might be the surfwear label’s most refined.
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Saturdays NYC introduced their Spring 2017 collection to the world earlier today, and just as we’ve come to expect from the brand, it’s a potent capsule of New York City cool.

The collection’s standout pieces are its tailored blousons and lightweight parkas, as well as an unstructured double-breasted blazer, all in very cool colors. Among these, of course, are fresh iterations of what we’ve already come to love from Saturdays: band collar shirts, tailored trousers, striped boat-neck tees, and a printed short-sleeve button down. Nothing you wouldn’t want to be seen wearing while going on your morning coffee run.

Saturdays described their latest collection as “a crisp and refined approach to the utilitarian look,” adding that they employed “sophisticated draping details” and “premium fabrications such as nylon satin and tri color twisted yarn mélanges in a palette of dune, ivory, midnight and sage.”


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Seen as a whole, their SS17 collection remains true to their roots as an upscale surfwear label (or, perhaps more appropriately, a “surf culture” label). We still see the kinds of clothes that are appropriate for a seaside weekend getaway: short-sleeved hoodies, tailored shorts, henleys. But simultaneously, this also seems to be one of the most chic and most mature collections from the brand yet.

Saturdays also recently cut the ribbon on their eighth store in Melbourne, which puts them at two locations in Australia, four in Japan, and two in their hometown of New York. Here in Manila, you can catch Saturdays at Tenant Manila and Commonwealth.

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